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Girls Scouts of Historic Georgia honors extraordinary women

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SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

The Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia are honoring women whohave made extraordinary contributions in their professions and theircommunities.

Hundreds packed the Charles Morris Center for the 2014 Womenof Distinction Awards Luncheon Friday to recognize the accomplishments of fivelocal women.

The honorable Louisa Abbot, judge of Superior Court ofChatham County, educator Catherine Argrow Cummings, community volunteer andmentor Sherry Feathers, Community Health Mission Executive Director Dr. MiriamRittmeyer and Georgia Power Vice President Cathy Hill were all honored.

"The Girl Scouts are all about building courage, confidenceand character so we want girls to see women who have done that and done thatwell," said Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia CEO Sue Else.

"Learning a little bit more about their story just blows mymind about how many lives you really can impact," said girl scout NellieWadman.

Congratulations to all these outstanding honorees.

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