52 years of service

Kathy Breadner is surprised at honouring ceremony recently

On hand to honour Kathy are

The Quesnel District Girl Guides held a Halloween party on Oct. 17, at the Elk’s Hall. The event was just a cover for the real purpose of the gather –presenting Kathy Breadner (who’s been a member of Girl Guides for 52 years) with an Honorary Life Membership from the National Board of Girl Guides of Canada.

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