Scouts is a world wide organization devoted to getting the kids outdoors. We go camping at the drop of a hat, and help out with the community and the environment. We do bottle drives, spring clean ups, plant trees, and promote education about our water system. We promote good citizenship by encouraging the youth to clean up after themselves, teach them how to leave no trace when outdoors, and to take pride in what they do. Watch for us during the Canada Day Parade, and the Remembrance Day ceremonies, and when we do food bank drives. 1st Airdrie Scouts Mike Hearns 403-912-5187 2nd Airdrie Scouts Leslie Pepper 403-912-0339 5th Airdrie Scouts Bill Ross 403-948-4382 For more information, please visit
Girl Guides is a world wide organization found in 145 countries: a program which provides girls (5 -18) years of age and adult women exciting opportunities to learn new things and express themselves. Fun, friendship, adventure, service projects, and international trips help girls and women develop their potential and become strong leaders of tomorrow. The Girl Guide Program ensures girls receive as many opportunities as possible to camp, play, travel nationally and internationally, and engage in community service projects. Girls find new interests, and develop leadership skills through sports, camping, science, technology, arts, community and environmental challenges; Guiding in Airdrie has something for everyone. Information Night on Wednesday, September 3, 2014 at the CE Building at 6:30 pm Registration for the 2014-2015 guiding year is available online starting June 2, 2014 at www.girlguides.ca For more information in regards to registration please contact: Kristy Rohl 403-510-9261 Barb Young 403-226-0814
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