Girl Scouts of West Central Florida hosted the 26th Annual Women of Distinction luncheon on Tuesday, March 21 to a sold out crowd of 800 guests at the Bryan Glazer Family JCC in Tampa. It was an inspiring day celebrating six amazing women and sharing the importance of Girl Scout programming with business leaders, supporters, volunteers and members. The response from this event was so overwhelmingly positive and as a result GSWCF raised $130,000 to help further our mission! If you weren’t able to attend, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered – today, we’re sharing a few highlights from this wonderful event.
When guests arrived, they were greeted by a few local G.I.R.L.s - Go-Getters, Innovators, Risk-takers and Leaders! These Girl Scouts talked to guests about how Girl Scouts has help them overcome fears, solve problems, explore their creativity to organizing service projects.
Troop 6075 from Sulfer Springs K-8 Community School had the very important job of conducting the flag ceremony at the start of our event and also served as escorts by helping our honorees on the stage.
This event is held each year to honor and celebrate local women who have achieved success in their chosen fields and serve as inspiring role models for girls and other women in our local communities, each exemplifying ethical leadership and a commitment to...