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Girls Scouts of Historic Georgia honors two

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Sue Else, CEO Girls Scouts of Historic Georgia Sue Else, CEO Girls Scouts of Historic Georgia
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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Judy Randle and Nancy Reimer were given the women of distinction honor Thursday night.

The award is annually given by the Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia. Officials say the women inspire others.

"This is our chance to honor women for being community leaders," said CEO Sue Else. "That translates to the kind of things that we are teaching young girls at the girls scouts. They are becoming leaders and they need role models to emulate."

Proceeds from tonight's awards dinner at Doublegate Country Club will support Girl Scouts programs in the area.

 

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