We Are UGI: Supporting Girl Scouts
15 Mar 2021
Amanda Myzick, who works in UGI’s Wilkes-Barre area, has 42 years of Girl Scout experience. She began as a Brownie and moved her way up to be a Junior and a Cadette/Senior Scout. Amanda was awarded the Gold Award in high school, which is the highest award you can receive in scouting, now she continues her participation in Girl Scouts as a Leader.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic has altered many of Amanda’s Girl Scout activities, she is still actively involved in her community through the organization. Throughout the year, Amanda participates in various service projects to help her community, including food drives for postal workers, helping in soup kitchens, and making holiday crafts for nursing homes, to name a few.
“I have three generations of Girl Scouts in my family,” said Amanda. “I love being in Girl Scouting and volunteering my time at various opportunities that give young women a chance to reach their potential and mentor them to become leaders in our community. It is an honor to be a leader and assist these young women to build their courage, confidence, and character as they prepare for adulthood.”
UGI is proud to support Amanda and the Girl Scouts as they work to inspire young women from diverse backgrounds to come together to take action to make their communities a better place for everyone. For more information about our commitment to community, visit www.ugi.com/community.