Vienna Girls Recognized for Community Service

Vienna Girls Recognized for Community Service

From left, Alison (Aly) Luckett and Taylor Lane.

From left, Alison (Aly) Luckett and Taylor Lane. Photo contributed

Girl Scouts Alison (Aly) Luckett and Taylor Lane of Vienna have earned their respective Silver Trefoil Awards. That award, which is unique to the Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital, recognizes commendable community service. Specifically, Aly and Taylor each completed over 100 hours of service in a variety of categories, including Girl Scout community service hours, national service hours (including volunteering with federal, state and local government entities) and global service hours.

Some of their memorable service activities included volunteering at the Inauguration of President Obama, the annual Scottish Games, and Opera in the Outfield at Nationals Park.

Luckett is a sophomore at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. Aly’s other activities include: being a robotics mentor to a team (made up of elementary students); serving as ads editor of the TJ Yearbook; and participating as a member of both the TJ varsity and competition cheerleading squads.

Lane is a sophomore at George C. Marshall High School. Taylor serves as the sophomore class representative on the Marshall Student Council, is a member of the Statesmen Singers Group and is on the varsity track and field and JV cross country teams.