Sleepover @ Hall – 28/29th July 2018

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Sleepover @ Hall – Pizza & Movie Night

When: 28th July 3:00pm to 29th July 10:00am

Where: at hall

Cost: $10 per person (includes dinner & breakfast)

RSVP: by no later than 17th July

(you can rsvp via email as soon as you like & direct deposit money or pay first week back next term) 

Forms have been sent via Girl Guides Victoria website.

Seniors will be sleeping outside in tents, Juniors & Gumnuts (if you want to attend) will be sleeping inside the hall. ‘

Click here to download the “kit list” of all items that need to be brought along to event (remember that all items are there for a reason & we like to make sure that all guides bring what is on the list please)

Watch out soon for a post about movie & pizza selection. We pride ourselves at Carrum Girl Guides to ensure that the girls have had as much input into our events as we can. We will list PG & G rated movies here for you to select your choice. The one with the most votes will be played at our sleepover.

We also will ask for your pizza selection, so that we can make sure all dietary requirements are covered.

Many thanks Bickie……..

Important Dates for Carrum Guides

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Save the following dates :- 

21st April – Free Being Me – Embrace your Unique Self (bookings via – FREE Event

21st April – Orienteering Day at Brimbank Park (Guides Vic event – book online)

25th April – ANZAC Day March in Chelsea (details to follow)

27th – 29th April – Outdoor Skills Camp (for Jamboree Participants only)

5th May – Snoozefest (applications now closed)

11th – 13th May – Lady Stradbroke Cup Competition Camp

20th May – Cooking Outside the Box with Adventure Guides (book via adventure guides)

25th – 27th May – Victorian Contingent Camp for all Jamboree Participants

23rd – 24th June – Sleepover at the Hall

Sunflower Sleepover – 16th September 2017

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When: Saturday 16th September to Sunday 17th September 2017

Where: Carrum Community Guide Hall

Time: 3pm Saturday to 10am Sunday

Cost: $15.00 per guide (includes dinner & breakfast)

Why: Sunflower Challenge – statewide challenge with skype to other units around the state participating & increasing the awareness of guides plus promoting within the community.

Seniors will be sleeping in tents (full bed rolls needed) – juniors who will be attending the Jamboree next year are asked to sleep outside with full bedding rolls on this sleepover for experience. – see kit list attached

Juniors / Gumnuts will be sleeping inside the hall – see kit list attached

Kit List for Sunflower Sleepover

Please return the following form & payment by 12th September  ADM27 for Sleepover

Sleepover @ Hall – Saturday 17th September 2016

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Attention all Juniors & Seniors!

Sleepover @ Hall this Saturday 17th Sept from 3pm till 9am Sunday 18th Sept. RSVP by Friday (bring forms to sleepover or email to me by Friday).

Gumnuts, optional if you want to stay overnight, however you are welcome to attend for dinner (pizza) & movie. Please fill in the forms & notify me of what your drop off & pick up times are for catering purposes.

ADM27ActivityConsentFormYouthMembers – fill in both sides of this form please.

$10 per guide to attend ($5 if just for pizza)

All guides will be sleeping inside the hall (as there is construction outside at the back) Seniors will be in tents & juniors against the walls.

What to bring: –

  1. Sleeping Bag / Sleep Mat
  2. Warm Blanket & Pillow / Favourite Teddy
  3. Rain Jacket / Warm Jacket for outside activities (at night)
  4. Torch
  5. Toothbrush / Toothpaste / Hair Brush / Hair Ties
  6. Change of clothes / PJ’s / Underwear & Socks
  7. Dilly Bag – bag with following unbreakable items included (Plate, Bowl, Cup, Knife / Fork / Spoon) – don’t need a tea towel as we have plenty at the hall.

Please make sure that your daughter knows where everything is & can pack her bag herself. Makes it easier on all those assisting at event if all guides can look after their own belongings.

Any questions, please call Bickie (Tamara)

No Guides Tuesday 


Just a reminder due to sleepover next weekend we have cancelled guides Tuesday night. 

All sleepover forms can be emailed (making sure both sides are scanned) to Bickie on

If you cannot scan – send a photo of both sides or drop me an email to give me details. Or ask for my address to drop off.

Numbers for sleepover are needed before Wednesday so that catering & programming can commence. 

Sleepover @ Hall (19th -20th September 2015)

August Action, Gumnuts, Juniors, Seniors, Service, Sleepover

Parents / Guardians,

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)

CAMP KIT LIST Junior Guides Sleepover at Hall

ADM27 for Sleepover at Hall August 2015

August Action is here!

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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.
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.
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