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Girl Scout Women of distinction luncheon

Girl Scouts, Hornets’ Nest Council is opening the nomination process for the 2010 Women of Distinction luncheon.
A lifetime achievement recipient will be chosen as well as women in four specific achievement areas that are integral components of the Girl Scout program, both nationally and locally.
A Young Woman of Distinction will also be honored. This award goes to a young woman who has earned the highest award in Girl Scouting, The Gold Award, in the past 10 years and made a significant impact on her community. Nominations are due Sept. 30.
The Women of Distinction achievement areas are: Achievement in Community Building & Social Capital, Achievement in Environmental Leadership, Achievement in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math, and Achievement in Sports, Health & Fitness.
The chosen recipients will be honored at the April 15, 2010 Women of Distinction luncheon to be held at the Hilton Charlotte Center City.
To nominate a Woman of Distinction, please go to the Web site to view the criteria list and nomination form: http://www.hngirlscouts.org/support/women-of-distinction.asp.
Sponsorship opportunities are also available; tickets are $750 for a table of 10 or $100 for an individual ticket.
For more information on sponsorship opportunities, or tickets for the event, please contact the Development Office at development@hngirlscouts.org or 704-731-6536.
Girl Scouts, Hornets’ Nest Council serves more than 15,000 girls with the help of 5,000 adult volunteers throughout Anson, Cabarrus, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, Rowan, Stanly, Union and York, S.C., counties.

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