Friday, May 05, 2006

Cynthia Finch Honored

This announcement is from the Knox County website, located here. Cynthia J. Finch was honored by the Girl Scouts of Tanasi Council as a Woman of Achievement. A former Girl Scout, Finch now holds the position of Knox County’s Senior Director of Community Services. Finch said that “Girl Scouts made a difference in my life and made me the woman I am today.”

Sarah Moore Greene, long-time political, education and civil rights advocate, was presented the Girl Scouts of Tanasi CouncilÂ’s first-ever Lifetime Achievement Award.

The website for the Girl Scouts of Tanasi Council is located here.

As an Eagle Scout, in the class of 1984 through the Great Smoky Mountain Council of the Boy Scouts of America. I am proud of Cynthia Finch for receiving this honor. She is a wonderful person, a talented and committed individual and a true leader. She is key to making our Knox County Government Better, Everyday.

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