Girl Guides for Kids - Chelmer (4068)

Western Brisbane, the Brisbane Region, Queensland (QLD)

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St Lucia Girl Guides
Girl Guides is a world-wide organisation, founded over 100 years ago. Members participate in designing their own program within a framework, so their program is always varied, exciting and relevant! Recent activities include camping, kayaking, leadership skills development, body-confidence activities and advocacy skills development, to name just a few. Get in touch now to secure your spot for the new school term! With age-based groups for girls from aged 5 to 18, our mission is to empower girls ...
Girl Guides is committed to empowering girls and young women to grow into confident, self-respecting, responsible community members. If you are female over 18 years of age we are always looking for volunteers to assist this fun, warm, welcoming community organisation. Volunteer with our dynamic team. Training and First Aid provided. Units meet Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Do you enjoy empowering girls to become the best they can be, do you love the outdoors, craft, camping and being ...

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Scouts Queensland
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Lang Park Pcyc
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BPAC is the leading Dance Challenge in Australia offering fabulous Scholarships to Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Musical Theatre students as well as student choreographers. There is also group events available with access, for all participants, to attend industry workshops with Current Performing Arts Industry professionals. It is an annual event held at St John's Anglican College, Forest Lake in Brisbane. Visit our website at for further information for this year.
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