Girl Scout Leader's Day
Girl Scout Leader's Day, April 22, honors all the volunteers who work as leaders and mentors in partnership with girls. Girls, their families, and communities should find a special way to thank their adult Girl Scout volunteers.
Although today is National Girl Scout Leader Appreciation Day, extending our sincerest thanks to you for your dedication as Girl Scout leaders once a year is simply not enough.
On behalf of the entire council, we both send you our thanks in recognition of everything you do throughout the entire year to inspire girls to make the world a better place.
You give unconditionally of your time and talents to make a difference in the lives of girls throughout our geography. We are fortunate to have this opportunity today to recognize each of you for your leadership and belief in the benefits of this world-wide movement.
In 1912, Juliette Gordon Low founded this organization because she believed that girls should have every opportunity to grow and develop into resourceful women who lead the way in everything they do.
As leaders, co-leaders, assistant leaders and volunteers who help our girl members in many ways, you have a profound impact on how girls develop leadership and the skills they will turn to throughout their lives.
You've inspired girls of all ages to face their own challenges, identify and solve problems, enrich their communities with service, and embrace a greater vision for success, just as Juliette Gordon Low did in the very beginning.
We send our heartfelt thanks for all you do to enrich the lives of girls in southern Alabama!