Join the fun of Girl Guides

Clearwater Guiding needs a volunteer to be a Guide leader for the upcoming year

Guides and Brownies plant trees recently at North Thompson Provincial Park with Guide leader Jean Nelson.

Clearwater Guiding needs a volunteer to be a Guide leader for the upcoming year, starting in September. Pre-requisites include being a lady who enjoys being with girls aged nine – 12, has skills to share with them, and who would like being part of this worldwide organization for girls and women. Training and local help is available to prepare for weekly meetings.

Traditionally, programs include learning about anything and everything as well as crafts; singing; outdoor activities; camping; games – and you even get to help to sell cookies twice a year. And it is fun. If interested, contact Jean Nelson: 250-674-2729 or Katrina Link: 250-674-3977.

Now is the time to register your girls to participate in Sparks (five and six years of age), Brownies (seven and eight years old) and Guides. Go online to www.girlguides.org for the easiest way of registering.

 

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