Volunteer of the Month May 2012

GSMW Blog,Recognition — Tags: — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ 10:54 am

Chris Greytak-Hower

Chris Greytak-Hower
of Corvallis, MT

Nominated by: Juliette Olejnik

Chris is a caring, optimistic, and incredibly dependable Girl Scout Volunteer who provides stability and support for the communities she serves. She is not only enthusiastic about educating others about all that Girl Scouts has to offer, but also resolves conflicts, coaches and mentors Girl Scout members, and naturally motivates others with her “can do” attitude.

Chris truly embodies every aspect of the Girl Scout Promise and Law in her actions with others, and embraces diversity as a necessary aspect of life. Her ability to work well with a variety of people, coupled with her ability to lead others with a clear vision, make her an invaluable asset to the Girl Scout organization and a positive role model for girls and women of all ages.

Chris’s contributions to Girl Scouting truly help to make the world a better place. In addition to leading a Cadette Girl Scout troop, Chris is also the Service Unit Manager for the communities of Victor, Corvallis, and Hamilton combined, serves on the 100th Anniversary Committee, and assists with council trainings.

  1. Joe Greytak says:

    It’s Great to have such Talented and Dedicated People in The Girl Scouts. The Organization is indeed fortunate. Keep up the good work; Success and Recognition follow!

  2. Cindy Sutherland says:

    Way to go Chris! Couldn’t agree more.

  3. Kit says:

    What a wonderful leader. Girl Scouts are lucky to have such a terrific volunteer.

  4. Darlene Lynch says:

    Awesome, this is such a Great Honor! These girls are very lucky, to have you in their lives.

  5. Tom Hower says:

    This proves what I already knew, you’re “AWESOME”.
    Keep up all the good work Chris. Your shaping the minds of the future.

  6. Kim says:

    This is an honor! Way to go!