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April 23, 2014

Talbert honored by Girl Scouts

At its recent annual meeting in Evansville, Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana presented the national appreciation pin to Annette Talbert of Montgomery.

The appreciation pin recognizes an individual’s exemplary service in support of delivering the Girl Scout leadership experience, with impact within one geographic area of service.

Annette Talbert has held many official titles, including troop leader, service unit cookie chair, and event coordinator, but it is her unofficial titles — mentor, role model, motivational speaker, teacher, recruiter, champion, and organizer, among others — that make her so special to Girl Scouting in Daviess County. She believes strongly in making Girl Scouting available to all girls so they can see the possibilities that are open to them for leadership and achievement.

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