Girl Scouts honor Women of Distinction

wmarshall@macon.comMay 15, 2014 

The Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia honored six Women of Distinction in a ceremony Thursday.

Those honored were:

--Macon native Kathryn Dennis, whose work with the Community Foundation, the Junior League and now the One Macon effort led the Girl Scouts to honor her as "one of Macon's greatest supporters and advocates."

--Lynn Farmer, Bibb County School Board member who counts among her greatest accomplishments the shepherding of the Leadership Macon program.

--Trisha Jordan, whose tearoom and antique business is at the heart of Haddock, her hometown.

--Marilyn Hill, who comes from a long line of Maconites, was in the first graduating class of Ballard-Hudson High School and was a Girl Scout troop leader for 20 years.

--Joni Woolf, who with Lynn Cass started Macon Magazine and now owns a cafe' in Americus.

--and Ninfa Saunders, President and CEO of Central Georgia Health System and the Medical Center of Central Georgia.

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