March 4, 2002
Two Woodinville residents selected as national delegates
Two Woodinville residents were recently elected to a three-year term representiing Girl Scouts - Totem Council at the Girl Scouts of the USA 2002 National Council Meeting in Long Beach, Calif.
The representatives are responsible for shaping the future of the national Girl Scout organization and will be voting on several important issues that will affect over 300 councils across the nation.
Denise Snow Woodinville
Snow has dedicated her life to the educational needs of children, first working as a special education teacher then as assistant principal for the Everett School District. She currently serves as the psychologist in Northshore School District. When her daughter registered as a Brownie Girl Scout, Snow volunteered to direct the local day camp program. She also volunteers as a school representative, public relations representative for Bothell/Woodinville, leads a Junior and Cadette Girl Scout troop and serves as the chair/facilitator for the Day Camp Director Retreat Planning Committee.
Lauren Devich Woodinville
Devich, a Senior Girl Scout, spends much of her time out of school babysitting, playing volleyball and serving as a lifeguard. She takes part in youth community service projects at her church and goes on a mission trip each year. A Girl Scout for over 11 years, Devich has taken part in many enriching experiences, including the "Shoeboxes of Joy" project and volunteering at game nights at Redmond Elementary School. She also served as a day camp program aid this year and earned her Silver Award, the second highest award available in Girl Scouting, by coordinating a Thinking Day celebration.