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The Coastal America Partnership Award Ceremony recognized the Girl Scout Rehabilitation Station Program Team on Feb. 5, 2002, in a ceremony at the Egan Convention Center in Anchorage. William T. Hogarth, Assistant Administrator for Fisheries at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, was the awarding official.
The National Marine Fisheries Service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Girls Scouts of Troop 760 Susitna Council formed a partnership to promote sound marine conservation and education for young people in cooperation with the Alaska Sea Life Center. The partnership has developed a program that involves a series of workshops for Girl Scouts. The workshops focus on raising the awareness of critical coastal issues, the scientific methods being used to study these issues, career opportunities and funding issues as they relate to restoration and rehabilitation of these resources.
Award recipients included:
Jeanne Hanson, National Marine Fisheries Service
Matt Carr, Environmental Protection Agency
Michael Kiehn, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Tammy Breard, Alaska SeaLife Center
Joan Brindle, Alaska SeaLife Center
Amy Haddow, Alaska SeaLife Center
Heidi Hedberg, Girl Scout Council
Joyce Cox, Girl Scout Council
Sue Lamb, Girl Scout Leader
Mary Kiehn, Girl Scout
Alisha Kiehn, Girl Scout
Amanda King, Girl Scout
Erin Overstreet, Girl Scout
Juliann Hanson, Girl Scout
Stephanie Lamb, Girl Scout
Whitney Skinner, Girl Scout