Girl guides

Four adult leaders originally from the Women’s Circle in New Horizon, joined the Worldwide Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, on Wednesday September 13. The Women’s Circle made their girl guide promise: “I promise to do my best, to do my duty to my God and my country, to help other people and to keep the guide law “. They were enrolled by Jean Dunn, the regional commissioner of Cape West. After their basic leadership training, offered by members of the girl guides, these women will start units in New Horizon for Teddies, girls aged 4 to 7 years; brownies, aged 7 to 10 years; and girl guides, aged 10 to 14 years. The 36th World Conference of the Girl Guides, an event held every three years, was held in India from Monday September 18 to Friday September 22. Girl Guides’ programme includes activities and challenges which promote a healthy lifestyle, the positive use of leisure time, the development of practical skills and knowledge, cultural understanding and positive relationships with people For more information, you can call 021 531 1872 Tuesday to Thursday 9am to 4.30pm or email ggcw@telkomsa.net or follow them on Facebook: Cape West Girl Guides SA. Pictured, from left, are Geraldine February, deputy regional commissioner; Gail Johnstone, Raatiqah Tagodien, Deborah Palm, Denise Klassen, adult leaders; and Jean Dunn, regional commissioner.