Three women from Forsyth County were recently recognized by the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta during its annual adult volunteer awards presentation May 11 in Atlanta.
The women were among 18 people who received an Appreciation Pin, which the organization said is given to Girl Scouts volunteers who "provide continuous outstanding service to a service unit or geographic area over a period of time."
According to a news release from the group, the local honorees included:
• Shannon Jones, who has served as troop leader, service unit events coordinator, service unit secretary and summer day camp co-director.
• Susan Sokolowsky, who has served as service unit cookie manager and troop cookie manager trainer.
• Susan Hudock, who has served as service unit director and worked with the council's horse program in ensuring it complies with safety standards.
The Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta serves about 40,000 girls and more than 17,000 adult members in 34 counties in the greater metro Atlanta area, northwest Georgia and Polk County, Tenn.
For more information, go online at www.girlscoutsofgreateratlanta.org.