Thursday, 21 October 2010

Alphabet Thursday E is for ..... Exciting and everything

Over half a million girls and women celebrated the end of Girlguiding UK's Centenary on 20 October 2010 at 8:10pm by sharing a vision for the next 100 years of guiding.

I was part of it .

Wednesday October 20th 2010 saw Guiding around the world renew their promise at 8.10pm

20.10 on 20.10.2010

I was so excited to be part of this amazing worldwide celebration.
I took 6 Rainbows along with a parent young leader and my co leader to Telford Town Park where we joined 3000 members of the guiding movement.
We were entertained for an hour then wenton a torhlit parade to the central area where e all renewed our promise. This was followed by an amazing firework display.

There really is not much more to say on this one. As I had young children with me I decided not to take my camera so sorry no shots this week.

I also want to say that everything and everyone in my life is important to me ad I am very thankful .

Please pop by and see what Jenny has to offer along with the other writers . Thanks for your visit.


Sue said...

Good for you and all the other volunteers. Girls need strong, caring women in their lives.


Splendid Little Stars said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Splendid Little Stars said...

That's cool! 100 years! I was a Girl Scout. My daughter was a Girl Scout. I now teach tie dye classes to Girl Scouts. Kudos to you for volunteering!

Christy said...

What an Exciting Event to be Entertained at! Thank you for being a role model and leader for young women!

Judie said...

I was a Girl Scout for many years. I still have my badge sash. I keep it in my underwear drawer. Volunteering was most important to our scout troop.

H said...

Well done Tracy. My involvement in Guiding was quite short, just being a volunteer for a couple of years before Uni, but I do value all that guiding stands for and offers! People like you are so important in the organisation :)

Yanet @ 3 Sun Kissed Boys said...

Good going! I think girls gain so much from being girl scouts, right?

Jenny said...

This is soooo cool. I love organizations that help girls learn how to be strong women.

Thank you for making a difference in the world.

This was a wonderfully uplifting link to Alphabe-Thursday.

Thank you for sharing.