OUR UNIT

Who We Are

Girls in our unit are in grades 4, 5 and 6.  Together we plan which activities and events we want to particpate in each year.  We love to camp, play games, craft, explore our great city, help people and animals in our community and try new things.

 

 

OUR GUIDERS

 

Carolina Araya                         Leslie Chaplin 

Karen Cross                              Liz Wright

Jo-Anne Oswald                      Laura Pritzker     

Junior Leaders: Amanda and Thea

 

 

                                               

Please take a few minutes to review our unit's late pick up policy to be prepared for the unexpected, just in case you experience an unexpected delay and will be late or unable to pick up your Guide from a meeting or event:

Promise and Law

Guide Promise:

 

I promise to do my best,
To be true to myself,
my beliefs and Canada.
I will take action for a better world
And respect the Guiding Law.

 

 

The Guiding Law challenges me to:

 

  • be honest and trustworthy

  • use my resources wisely

  • respect myself and others

  • recognize and use my talents and abilities

  • protect our common environment

  • live with courage and strength

  • share in the sisterhood of Guiding

Our Unit's Code of Conduct

Each year the girls decide what is important to them and set out our collected expectations for how we behave towards each other.  Please see the 2019-2020 code of expected behavior below:

  • Respect our surroundings

  • Be Safe

  • Be Original

  • Don't be a bystander

  • Be a friend

  • Be helpful

  • Listen Respectfully

  • Respect belongings (personal and unit)

  • Respect personal space

  • Put yourself in other people's shoes

  • Include everyone

  • Follow rules

  • HAVE FUN!

Guide Uniform and Insignia
 

 

The versatile Guide uniform – T-shirt, badge sash, reef knot pin and tie – allows girls to participate in the wide range of activities that Guiding is all about, from planting trees in a community garden and volunteering at their local food bank to canoeing down a river or discussing community safety with local politicians.

 

Girls in Guides earn badges, crests and other awards in recognition for the leadership skills they’ve developed, the new adventures they’ve tried and the service they’ve given to their community. Guides wear their badges on their uniform badge sash. 

 

You can purchase Guide uniforms through the online Guide Store.

 

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