Girl Guide adventure time

Fall is the time to sign up for youth groups including Girl Guides of Canada

As fall rolls around

As fall rolls around, families begin to consider their leisure time activities. Girl Guides are looking for girls interested in sharing activities and fellowship with others their own age. Sparks are ages 5 – 6; Brownies, ages 7 – 8; Guides, ages 9 – 11; Pathfinders, ages 12 – 14; Rangers, ages 15 – 17; adults, ages 18+. To find out more or to register call Debbie Fee, 1-250-992-9078 or 1-800-565-8111; or visit and follow the links to registration.

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