Supporting Guide movement

September 06, 2017

Roma Cole and Wilma Wisely making gift cards at the recent GV Trefoil Guild meeting.

Are you wondering what Trefoil Guild is all about?

The Guild is an outlet for guiding for adults aged 18 years and older who have made their Scout or Guide promise, to give service to guiding, scouting and the community.

Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month; all new members would be warmly welcomed.

At the present time, Trefoil Guild members are working on the project Days for Girls, which includes collecting all hygiene products for girls and women in mountain villages in Thailand and Laos — such important gifts that we take for granted.

Trefoil Guilds support Guides in many different ways, such as helping with programs, providing historical information and financially supporting the cost of buses to enable all Guides to be able to attend camps and different activities held for guiding.

Following the GV Guild’s August meeting, member Wilma Wisely taught the group the art of making beautiful and creative greeting cards using silk thread, beads and much more. Those in attendance all enjoyed this immensely, proving you’re never too old to learn with everyone having a go.

Future events members and friends will be attending include: September 14 at 1.30pm — a meeting at Wunghnu Café, GV Hwy; September 17 at 10am — annual leaders and guides church service at the Church of Christ, corner Nixon and Corio Sts, Shepparton; October 12 — a surprise venue picnic trip, one hour west of Shepparton.

— Phyll Bramley

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