We are the Girl Guides of Trinidad and Tobago
See us at work and at play during our 100th Anniversary Celebrations.
There will be a series of events from 8 June 2013 to 8 November 2014.
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World Thinking Day 2013!!!
We all got together for a brilliant series of activities on this day.
Our themes were :
"Together we can save children's lives"
"Every Mother's Life and Health is Precious"
Brownie Quiz Finals
See our Brownie Finalists and all the fun we had at our Quiz Competition.
We were all winners.
Tea, Talk and Togetherness
An afternoon spent re-connecting at the Hyatt, Port of Spain.
A special occasion and a wonderful time was had by all who attended, to celebrate Guide Patrons- Mrs. Zalayhar Hassanali and Dr. Jean Ramjohn-Richards and to welcome our new Patron - Mrs. Reema Carmona.
We took the opportunity to launch our 100th Anniversary Celebrations and our new website - www.girlguidestt.org
On our 99th Birthday!
We enjoyed a fun day of activities on June 8th 2013. See our Rally and Parade Gallery.
We began at the Queen's Park Savannah and proceeded to Woodford Square in the heart of our city's capital, Port of Spain.
Western Hemisphere Regional Conference
The 13th Western Hemisphere Regional Conference was held during the period 20 July 2013- 25 July 2013. The venue was Our Cabaña, Mexico.
Our President - Mrs. Jennifer Johnson, Guides Chief Commissioner - Ms.Gwyneth Norgriff and PRO - Keva Doyle represented us proudly at this event.
BINGO Night 2014
On Friday 24th January 2014, we got together, young and young-at-heart, for an evening of games.
Here we are having a fantastic time at our BINGO. "We eventually ran out of cards, and almost ran out of seats. Folks from near and far filled the Providence Girls' High School's hall to the very brim."
World Thinking Day 2014 in Tobago
The theme : achieving universal primary education.
The messages for this theme are: "Every girl has the right to learning so she reaches her fullest potential" and "Education opens doors for all girls and boys".