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Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts Totem Council in Snohomish County would like to publicly thank the 1,000 plus Girl Scout volunteers who give their time and talents to support girls in the 10 service areas in Snohomish County. Without volunteers, the 3,350 girl scouts in Snohomish County would not be getting the outstanding programs that the volunteers provide through the many activities they do with our girls. These activities include such things as outdoor cooking, exploring math and science, entrepreneur opportunities and of course community service and crafts.
We would like to take this time to publicly name and acknowledge the wonderful volunteers who have taken the roll of Service Unit Manager in Snohomish County this past year: Lake Stevens Service Unit 210 Amy Scofield; Marysville Service Unit 211 Dawn Hughes and Ken Young; Stanwood/Camano Service Unit 212 Kim Gangloff; Mukilteo Service Unit 220 Deb Christopher; South Everett Service Unit 222 Leslie de Rham; Snohomish Service Unit 223 Kari Fausey; North Everett Service Unit 224 Tina Fish; Monroe Service Unit 225 Elaine Thaete; Edmonds Service Unit 240 Terri Pena; Lynnwood Service Unit 241 Linda Wold and Kathy Edmonson.
If you are looking for a great way to get involved with the youth in your area Girl Scouts Totem Council would like to invite you to join the outstanding volunteers in your area who make a difference and change lives. You can contact Girl Scouts at the Northern Counties Service Center at 1-877-822-9435 or email us at terrlh@girlscoutstotem.org.
Girl scouts leader day is April 22.
Sharon McCord, Membership Development Manager
Girl Scouts-Totem Council
Marysville

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