Exuma District of Bahamas Girl Guide Association celebrates Guide Week
The Exuma District of the Bahamas Girl Guides Association recently celebrated Guide Week under the theme, “Grow” at Palestine Union Baptist Church with Rev. Lynden Clarke. The district has been in existence for eleven years and focuses on guiding young girls in achieving a love for country and citizenship, exhibiting a positive attitude and mannerisms and adopting life-long skills. Some of the main areas of discipline include developing the mind, enjoyment of the outdoors, home craft skills, service to others, relationships with people, creative ability, character and fitness. The organization also encourages international goodwill and understanding by establishing cordial relations with girls of other nations. District Commissioner Millicent Collie along with Acting Commissioner Shequita Clarke currently host meetings at George Town Primary School, Rolleville Primary School, Stuart Manor Primary School, L.N. Coakley High School and St. Andrew’s School. The units include Sunflowers, Brownies, Guides and Rangers.