Service Unit Delegates are members of the Girl Scout Movement that reside in a service unit within the Council's jurisdiction who are voted by their service unit to be the conduit through which matters of governance are understood and communicated and to represent the service unit with one voice. Delegates shall serve a term of one (1) year or until their successors are elected. Delegates may serve no more than three consecutive terms. Terms of office shall begin at the time delegates are elected.
Annual Council Meeting
We thank those who attended the 2017 Annual Council Meeting and Awards Luncheon. Both were infused with our G.I.R.L. spirit as we celebrated our Go-getters, Innovators, Risk-takers and Leaders!
Thank you to our Annual Council Meeting sponsor!
What is the Annual Council Meeting?
The Girl Scouts of Colonial Coast is governed, according to its Bylaws, by the Board of Directors composed of volunteer women and men who believe in the value of Girl Scouting and who are elected by the Delegate Body of the Council. The Delegates vote at the Annual Council Meeting to elect the Board of Directors, as well as the Council Nominating Committee, and every three years National Council Delegates and Alternates. Their approval is also needed on any revisions to the Council By-Laws and Articles of Incorporation.
As part of our policy-influencing process, members 14 years and older may serve as Council Delegates and participate in the Council democratic process. Delegates are the communication link between Girl Scout Council of Colonial Coast girls, volunteers, community networks and Board of Directors. As a delegate, you are entitled to elect representatives on the Council's Board of Directors and National Council Delegates.
Service Unit Delegates
Service Unit Alternate Delegates
Delegate Forms and Resources
Delegate Packet Documents
What takes place at the Annual Council Recognition Luncheon?
Girl Scout volunteers are awesome! Whether in the form of a simple thank you for a small job well done or a formal commendation for years of faithful service, we use the Annual Council Awards Luncheon to put the spotlight on those adults who are making a difference. In Girl Scouts, there are several Girl Scout national awards as well as Council awards that are presented to volunteers.
Buck Harris Award
In addition to the adult awards, one girl award is presented at the luncheon, the Buck Harris Award. This award was established upon the retirement of Buck Harris, a former executive director of the Virginia Tidewater Girl Scout Council. Buck dedicated her life to providing the finest in camping and outdoor education programs. The recipient receives a framed certificate and a gift certificate towards attending a GSCCC sponsored summer camp. To qualify for the Buck Harris award, a girl must be nominated by the girls in her troop, group or service unit or by an adult who is aware of her qualifications.
For questions about the Annual Council Meeting and Awards Luncheon contact Sunny Smith.