Girl Scout benefactor gets 'Thanks Badge'

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Central Park -- A significant helper of the Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington was given the highest recognition volunteers can receive from the organization: the "Thanks Badge."

Ara Serjoie, senior vice president of the Clark College Foundation, recently received the honor as appreciation of his ongoing volunteer efforts for the Girl Scouts. Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington CEO Karen Hill said in a press release that the 39-year-old's work as a board member led to recruitment of new members and helped focus attention on developing alumnae programs.

"Ara Serjoie is a passionate supporter of Girl Scouts," she said.