Girl Scout Museum at Daisy's Place Volunteers

2016 Award of Distinction

Girl Scout Museum at Daisy’s Place Volunteers received the Award of Distinction for their work with the museum. The museum and library that began 20 years ago as a collection of photographs, histories, and items from private collections has now grown into a program center for girls and a regional archive for Girl Scout history. A dedicated corps of volunteers has been and remains key to the success of this important resource.