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Westar Energy donates truck to Girl Scouts
Helen Wimsatt, at right, Westar Energy’s director of distribution system operations, hands the keys for a 2008 Chevrolet heavy-duty work truck over to Liz Workman, chief executive officer of Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland.

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Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland is grateful for a generous donation from Westar Energy that will help council staff maintain Girl Scout properties and camps.

Westar Energy delivered a 2008 Chevrolet extended cab, four-wheel drive, heavy-duty work truck valued at more than $11,000 to Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland’s headquarters at 360 Lexington Road in Wichita.

“We are delighted to receive Westar Energy’s generous donation of this heavy-duty work truck,” said Liz Workman, chief executive officer of Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland. “The truck is much-needed by our property management team, especially to haul heavy equipment on and between our three camp properties. Plus, the extended cab can accommodate the full property team in one vehicle when traveling to Emporia, Leon and elsewhere throughout our council.”

Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland, a nonprofit serving 80 Kansas counties, is thankful for Westar Energy's continued support of girls across the state who are making a difference and leading the way as G.I.R.L.s (Go-getters, Innovators, Risk-takers and Leaders) in their communities.

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