On February 28, 2013, long-time Girl Scout staff member, Sandy Taylor, retired after more than 36 years of service.
Girl Scouts of Colorado CEO Stephanie Foote honored Sandy with an award which recognizes her many contributions to Girl Scouting including as a GSUSA representative, CEO of Wagon Wheel Council and Executive Vice President for Membership for GSCO. The Sandy Taylor Distinguished Community Service Award will be presented annually to a woman in the Pikes Peak Region at the Women of Distinction Thin Mint Dinner – this year on September 12, 2013.
Girl Scouts of the USA will also present Sandy with a first-issue of the Girl Scout Silver Dollar when it is released on her retirement day. You can honor Sandy with a gift to the Sandy Taylor Opportunity Fund which will enable Pikes Peak girls to benefit from the Girl Scout Leadership Experience Sandy has embodied.
“Tonight is very special”, Sandy said. “A warm and sincere thanks to all who had a part in the evening. I am touched by the Community Service Award and hope I can be
involved in helping to present future awards. Thanks again for recognizing my service to Girl Scouts. I am truly honored and touched by the whole evening.”
Thank you, Sandy, for 36 wonderful years and we wish you well on your next journey!