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Mountain Safety Volunteer Award Presentation

October 28, 2008

Mountain Safety Council Outdoor Excellence Volunteer Award Presentation

New Zealand Mountain Safety Council and GirlGuiding New Zealand wish to congratulate Angela Anderson for being the inaugural recipient of the Mountain Safety Council Outdoor Excellence Volunteer Award 2008.

This award recognises the Mountain Safety Council's acknowledgement of the significant contribution volunteers across New Zealand make to society in enabling people to enjoy the outdoors safely.

Angela typifies this sentiment and we wish to express our thanks to her by presenting this inaugural Mountain Safety Council Outdoor Excellence Volunteer Award recognising her contribution to GirlGuiding NZ and to her community says Darryl Carpenter, Chief Executive New Zealand Mountain Safety Council.

We are very proud of Angela and the contribution she has made as a Guide Leader and Regional Outdoor Coordinator for the North Shore District, says Jenny Burrow, National President, GirlGuiding NZ.

"Angela is a wonderful role model for our girls and young women; she is a gifted Guide leader and actively promotes the outdoors."

Jenny Burrow says "2008 is our centenary year and to celebrate this Angela, along with other local leaders and girls, walked the length of East Coast Bays."

Darryl Carpenter, Chief Executive Officer, New Zealand Mountain Safety will be in Auckland to present this prestigious award.

Angela received the award just prior to GirlGuiding NZ's AGM on Friday.

Date: Friday October 24, 2008
Time: 8.00pm sharp A good opportunity for photos and interviews
Location: Sky City Convention Centre on level 4


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