Lupinacci Recognizes Girl Scouts Troop 239 for Achieving Presidential Volunteer Service Award

Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci presented Girl Scouts Troop 239 with proclamations for their Presidential Volunteer Service Award at Huntington Town Hall Friday, March 2nd. 

The Girl Scouts Presidential Volunteer Service Award Bronze Level recognizes troop members who perform a minimum of 26 volunteer service hours – this is in addition to the 20 hours the girls had to reach to earn the Bronze Award. Troop members honored included: Kate Adams, Lindsay Alms, Zahara Amorde, Julia Dean, Lilly Fleischer, Leah Linsner, Allie Lynde, Abrianna Mandarino, Sofia Reichhold, Judy Reilly, Molly Scavo, and Kate Sperduti.

“I’m proud to see the dedication to community service the Girl Scouts of Troop 239 have demonstrated to achieve the Presidential Volunteer Service Award,” Lupinacci said. “These are very conscientious young women whose efforts will help them develop into civic-minded adults, which we need all our young people to aspire to.” 

Girl Scouts from Troop 239 with Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, Superintendent of SHUFSD Dr. David Bennardo, Town Attorney Nicholas Ciappetta.

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