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Byron Shire
March 9, 2021

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Kelly Sullivan, Brunswick Heads

The Girl Guides have been running in Brunswick Heads for three years now, and have been very active in neighbourhood events and local charity fundraisers.

The number of members has been growing steadily with a waiting list for next year, but respected guide leader Jackie will be retiring at the end of this year, so they are in need of leaders to step on up!

Their mission has been to support young girls to grow into confident and respectful community members and to steer them into optimistic and honourable choices in their lives ahead.

If you are interested in inspiring and mentoring young girls in your community please phone the district leader on 0421658398l.


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