From left are Sarah Durbin, GSSI CEO; Angie Zahn, Heart of Gold recipient; and Linda Manley, GSSI Board of Directors chair person. The Heart of Gold Award recognizes the long-term impact a volunteer has had on girls and adults in her community through involvement in Girl Scouting. The service of this volunteer has been an integral part of maintaining and recruiting nedw girls and/or adults in one of more areas of GSSI. Zahn is from Service Unit 202 in Clinton/St. Clair counties.
From left are Sarah Durbin, GSSI CEO; Angie Zahn, Heart of Gold recipient; and Linda Manley, GSSI Board of Directors chair person. The Heart of Gold Award recognizes the long-term impact a volunteer has had on girls and adults in her community through involvement in Girl Scouting. The service of this volunteer has been an integral part of maintaining and recruiting nedw girls and/or adults in one of more areas of GSSI. Zahn is from Service Unit 202 in Clinton/St. Clair counties.
From left are Sarah Durbin, GSSI CEO; Angie Zahn, Heart of Gold recipient; and Linda Manley, GSSI Board of Directors chair person. The Heart of Gold Award recognizes the long-term impact a volunteer has had on girls and adults in her community through involvement in Girl Scouting. The service of this volunteer has been an integral part of maintaining and recruiting nedw girls and/or adults in one of more areas of GSSI. Zahn is from Service Unit 202 in Clinton/St. Clair counties.

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