Amber Frederick from O'Fallon Recognized with Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois Volunteer Spotlight Award
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Amber Frederick from O'Fallon Recognized with Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois Volunteer Spotlight Award


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Volunteer Amber Frederick from O'Fallon, who serves as a volunteer with Service Unit 201 O'Fallon/Shiloh, has received the Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois Volunteer Spotlight Award. This is what her nominator, Debbie McAuliffe , had to say about her:

"Amber Frederick is a dedicated troop leader who answers the call to provide assistance to other troops at a moment's notice. Following the governor's stay at home orders, many troops within our service unit were left with large cookie inventories. The call went out by our Service Unit Cookie Cupboard Manager to help advertise the cookies were available and Amber quickly went into action. Her personal efforts benefited several troops, with over 90 boxes of cookies being sold in one week's time. When a sister Girl Scout troop is in need, she answers quickly and efficiently. Amber's generous actions makes her stand out as an exceptional Girl Scout leader!" 

The Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois Volunteer Spotlight Award recognizes the incredible service and dedication that our amazing volunteers devote to Girl Scouts' mission of building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. Volunteers are nominated by their peers as a way to celebrate their achievements and commitment to the Girl Scout movement.

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