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Girl Guides and Scouts are circling February 22 on their calendars

From left, Sarah Baldwin (Sparks), Barb Baldwin (Guider), Brianna Donaldson (Sparks), and Paige Asmussen (Brownies) make a presentation to the 2012 Thinking Day baby and her mom. This presentation is done each year to the first baby girl born on or after February 22. - Photo courtesy of the Girl Guides of Canada
From left, Sarah Baldwin (Sparks), Barb Baldwin (Guider), Brianna Donaldson (Sparks), and Paige Asmussen (Brownies) make a presentation to the 2012 Thinking Day baby and her mom. This presentation is done each year to the first baby girl born on or after February 22.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of the Girl Guides of Canada

Girl Guides of Canada, along with Scouts Canada, celebrate February 22, Thinking Day, by honouring the founders of their organizations, Lord and Lady Baden-Powell, who shared this day as their birthday.

The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, join together in learning about girls in the 145 member countries worldwide and in providing service in their local communities and around the world.

Approximately 150 Campbell River District Sparks, Brownies, Guides, Pathfinders and Guiders will be gathering on Thursday, Feb. 21 to learn about Cote d’Ivoire.

For more information on Girl Guides of Canada in Campbell River contact Barb Wood at 250-923-3532.

 

 

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