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CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS: Fairfield Girl Scouts; Batavia American Legion

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Girl Scout CEO Sylvia Acevedo, center, congratulates Brownie troop leader Nicole Garretson, left, and Daisy troop leader Hannah Birch on local Girl Scout Unit 941 receiving the President's Award. during an event April 6 in Bettendorf. The award recognizes a service unit team that surpasses team goals and results in significant, measurable impact toward reaching the council’s overall goals. The award requires that all service team members are registered Girl Scouts, all service team members have met all requirements and expectations of positions held, the service delivery team has significantly contributed to meeting one or more of the council's mission-delivery goals, the service delivery team reflects the diversity of the target audience or area it serives in girl and adult membership in all pathways offers, and the service delivery team actively recognizes, understand and practices the values of inclusive behavior. During the event, Joe Garretson also received an outstanding community partner award. 
PHOTO SUBMITTED Girl Scout CEO Sylvia Acevedo, center, congratulates Brownie troop leader Nicole Garretson, left, and Daisy troop leader Hannah Birch on local Girl Scout Unit 941 receiving the President's Award. during an event April 6 in Bettendorf. The award recognizes a service unit team that surpasses team goals and results in significant, measurable impact toward reaching the council’s overall goals. The award requires that all service team members are registered Girl Scouts, all service team members have met all requirements and expectations of positions held, the service delivery team has significantly contributed to meeting one or more of the council's mission-delivery goals, the service delivery team reflects the diversity of the target audience or area it serives in girl and adult membership in all pathways offers, and the service delivery team actively recognizes, understand and practices the values of inclusive behavior. During the event, Joe Garretson also received an outstanding community partner award. 
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