Daughter of ARL employee delivers Girl Scout cookies for deployed RDECOM Soldiers

February 26, 2013

Story Highlights

  • Ashlynn Kidwell, daughter of Shawn Kidwell, Laboratory Operations, recently delivered boxes of Girl Scout cookies to military personnel located at the Adelphi Laboratory Center for deployed RDECOM Soldiers.
  • In addition, Shanklin and Harris awarded Ashlynn and her Girl Scout troop, Brownie Troop 81, with Certificates of Appreciation for their thoughtfulness and generosity towards our deployed Soldiers.

Ashlynn Kidwell, daughter of Shawn Kidwell, Laboratory Operations, recently delivered boxes of Girl Scout cookies to military personnel located at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory's (ARLs) Adelphi Laboratory Center for deployed Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) Soldiers.

"Ashlynn's thoughtfulness and generosity are part of what the nation and Army need right now. She is making a difference through her kind actions and truly brightened our day," said Sgt. Maj. Christopher Harris.

On hand to accept Ashlynn's delivery were Col. John Shanklin, Sgt. Maj. Christopher Harris, Sgt. 1st Class LaFonte Bennett, Staff Sgt. Paul Ludwig, Sgt. 1st Class Antwon Gholson, Staff Sgt. Angel Clancy, and Sgt. 1st Class Alpi Reyescruz.

In addition, Shanklin and Harris awarded Ashlynn and her Girl Scout troop, Brownie Troop 81, with Certificates of Appreciation for their kindness towards our deployed Soldiers.

 

Last Update / Reviewed: February 26, 2013