More information on “Speak like a Pirate Day” event Saturday 19th September from 6.00 to 8.00 pm.
One of Kingston District girls has organised an event for her BP, and is inviting others girls and Leaders to participate.
“Talk like a Pirate” will help you with the fundraising part the August Action badge.
This will help raise funds for the Charity for childhood cancer support.We are asking girls to do some chores at home – a list is attached in the invite – for a gold coin, which can be deposited into the account using the link provided.Come along and join in the fun of the “pirate” activities.
Here is the information about the sleepover at the hall plus our August Action event. We will be running a “Walk-a-Thon” on the Sunday around the park behind the hall for the juniors & seniors will be venturing off further. Please read the post about August Action so you know more about what we are doing. Thank you Bickie
Sleepover @ Hall details are: –
When: 19th September 3pm till 20th September 2:30pm
Cost: $25 (includes all food) – RSVP by 8th September for catering purposes
What to Bring: see “Kit List” below
ADM27: This form is essential (your daughter can only attend if this double sided form is filled out correctly)
August Action is a chance for you to fundraise for things that are important to
you. The money we will raise will go to two places. Half of the money will go to a
Central Charity that all the Guides around Victoria will be fundraising for – in
2015 this charity is ROMAC. The other half of the money will go where ever
our Unit decides – start thinking……….
Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children (ROMAC)
ROMAC has been in operation for over 25 years. Assisted by many Australian and New Zealand surgeons who generously donate their time free for the treatment of our patients, this humanitarian program has provided over 350 children from more than 20 developing countries with urgent medical treatment that has given them new hope. Mission
To provide medical treatment for children from developing countries in the form of life
saving and/or dignity restoring surgery not accessible to them in their home country. Objectives
To provide hope where there is no hope
To restore dignity to human life
To save or transform the lives of children from developing countries.
To provide the best possible medical and surgical expertise www.romac.org.au