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Gloucester woman recognized for her volunteer service with Girl Scouts

Gloucester resident Sherri Sliker has been recognized for her ongoing commitment, leadership and service to the Girl Scouts. On Feb. 4, the Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast presented her with a Thanks Badge II, a nationally recognized achievement and the highest award a Girl Scout volunteer can receive.

Sliker was recognized for her service and accomplishments during a luncheon that recognized outstanding volunteers following the annual council meeting at the Hampton Roads Convention Center, Hampton.

Sliker holds numerous volunteer roles, making a positive impact on Girl Scouts throughout the Middle Peninsula, a release stated. Sliker is the leader of three Girl Scout troops in Gloucester and spends time as troop helper and cookie program coordinator for a fourth troop. Sliker is committed to ensuring that the girls in her troops have opportunities to try new things, learn important life skills and develop key leadership traits, the release continued.

Sliker also shares her love of...

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