Indian Origin Girl From Guntur Honored By President Trump

Indian Origin Girl From Guntur Honored By President Trump - Sravya Annapureddy Honored By President Trump.

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump paid tribute Friday to several American heroes who are helping on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis, including Girl Scouts from Maryland who donated cookies to nurses and firefighters.

President Trump invited 3 10 year Old Girl Scouts, Laila Khan, Lauren Matney and Sravya Annappareddy from Troop 744 based out of Elkridge, Maryland for donating 100 boxes of Girl Scouts cookies to local firefighters, doctors and nurses. He also said, the troop of these amazing girls sent over 200 personalized cards to healthcare workers all over.

Leila Khan, representing their troop thanked President of the United States for the honor and said three of them are representing their entire troop and millions of other kids.

President Trumps said during these difficult times, Citizens are raising to the challenge like the many generations before. America never faced a trial likese these times but said he is confident that America is going to thrive and will do better and honored the girls with a letter of recognition.

Sravya Annappareddy, a 10 year old Girl Scouts Troop member is a 4th Grade student at HANOVER HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL in HANOVER, MD. Sravya’s father, Vijay Reddy Annappareddy, a Pharmacist from Maryland hails from Guntur City and mother Dr. Seeta Kallam, a Medical graduate from Andhra Medical College, Visakhapattanam hails from Narasaya Palem, near Bapatla Guntur.