ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Two women who have touched the lives of hundreds of people in southwest Georgia were honored for their dedication and service.
The Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia named Reba Stewart and Caitlyn Cooper the Women of Distinction at a banquet at Doublegate.
Stewart has been active in many civic organization. She works at Sun Trust Bank and sits on the board of the Boys and Girls Clubs.
Cooper is the Chief Development Officer for the Lily Pad and was named one of the state's brightest young leaders by Georgia Trend magazine.
Friends, family, and supporters of Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia attended the event.
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