Sooke Brownies and Sparks take in a special meeting and clean up at Broomhill Park.

Brownies and Sparks meet in special get-together

The 1st Sooke Brownies invited the 1st Sooke Sparks to a meeting to show them what Brownies is all about.

Sooke Brownies and graduating Sooke Sparks visited Broomhill Park recently in a special meet-and-greet.

As the guiding years ends, girls who are moving to the next branch are invited to a meeting to see how the older girls do their thing.

The 1st Sooke Brownies invited the 1st Sooke Sparks to a meeting to show them what Brownies is all about.

As part of the meeting, they followed the Girl Guide values – one of which is community service – and picked up garbage in the park.

Registration opens June 1 for girls interested in guiding. Please go online to girlguides.ca for details.

 

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