RALEIGH — Crystal Edge of Robeson County has been recognized for her volunteer service by Girl Scouts — North Carolina Coastal Pines at the council’s 10th annual meeting held March 4 in Greenville.
Edge was awarded the Girl Scouts of the USA Appreciation Pin, which recognizes an adult volunteer who has delivered outstanding service to at least one area or program delivery audience.
The recipients of the award have performed beyond expectations for their volunteer positions and have supported the council’s mission delivery goals in one or more of the following functional areas: membership, development and community cultivation, volunteer relations and support, program, leadership, and council support service.
“We are so proud to honor these award recipients and to thank them for their outstanding contributions and service to our local council and the national movement. It is because of volunteers like Crystal that we are able to fulfill our mission of building girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place,” said Connie Walker, volunteer services and resource development executive at Girl Scouts — North Carolina Coastal Pines. “Our volunteers help bring the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to life and provide the opportunity for all girls to become the bold and courageous leaders they are meant to be.”