Girls Scouts honor Tarboro woman
From Contributed Reports
Friday, March 23, 2018
Regina Cobb of Tarboro received the Girl Scout Appreciation Pin at the Girl Scouts-North Carolina Coastal Pines 11th Annual Meeting on March 3 in Wilmington.
The Girl Scouts of the USA Appreciation Pin recognizes an adult volunteer who has delivered outstanding service to at least one area or program delivery audience.
“Our council recognizes outstanding individuals like Regina each year to show our gratitude for their commitment to our Movement and making a difference for girls,” said Connie Walker, volunteer services and resource development executive at Girl Scouts-North Carolina Coastal Pines. “It is because of the leadership and dedication of volunteers like them that we are able to continue to build girls of courage, confidence and character.”
Cobb’s commitment to Girl Scouts is unwavering, and after losing her home in Hurricane Matthew, she continued to serve as service unit manager and coordinated monthly meetings, recruitment events, cookie rallie, and more. These acts of leadership show how our volunteers go above and beyond to empower girls and help them to reach their full potential.
The recipients of this award have performed beyond expectations for the position and have supported Girl Scouts’ mission delivery goals in one or more of the functional areas of membership, development and community cultivation, volunteer relations and support, program, leadership and council support service.