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These are the guides from the Mamaku Lone Guide Club just before heading off the Jamboree in January.
These are the girls who sang at the opening ceremony in front of the whole Jamboree.
Rhiannon Mabey, Georgia Beuth, Emily Smith, Star Josephs, Paige Smith, Kahurangi Tokona, Milrick Dampor and Rachel Reed.
Some more from 1st Waiariki Guides. This was a walk and family picnic in the Redwoods earlier in the year.
These are some photos of the 1st Waiariki Guides on International Night. They had to bring food from their country as well as dress up.
Jo Trent, Waiariki Trefoil Guild Co-ordinator stopped the lunchtime rush at Fresca’s café in Hamilton to make a surprise presentation of a Certificate of Appreciation from GirlGuidingNZ to Fresca’s Stu Robinson and his team for their enthusiastic support of the Bra Challenge.
Fresca’s offered a free coffee, tea or fruit juice to anyone putting two, or more, bras into the huge Ali Baba pot, which was placed prominently in the café during the challenge.
What has Waiariki been up to in 2012?
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