KIMBERLEY Spencer of Eastwood Senior Guides was recently presented with the Queens Guide Award by His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley, Governor of NSW at Government House in Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney.
The Queens Guide Award is the peak achievement award for Youth Members of Girl Guides Australia and provides girls with an opportunity for extraordinary personal development and greater self awareness.
As part of the Queens Guide Award, Kimberley selected the Leadership Focus and has been volunteering as a Junior Leader with girls aged 6 -11 years at Eastwood Junior Guide Unit.
Eastwood District of Girl Guides has three Units: Junior Guides (aged 7 to 11); Guides (aged (11 to 14yrs) and Senior Guides (14 to 17yrs).
Girl Guides meet weekly and enjoy fun activities that develop confidence, team work skills and a caring attitude to the community and the environment.
Eastwood District is seeking additional leaders to assist with the Junior Guide and Senior Guide age groups.
Interested women (aged 18 plus) who are available in school terms should email Louise at [email protected] to find out more about becoming a leader.
Further information on Guiding can be obtained from the Guides NSW website www.girlguides-nswact.org.au
Phone 8396 5200 or drop into the Girl Guides stall at the Granny Smith Festival on Saturday October 21 in Eastwood.
Governor of NSW David Hurley with Eastwood Girl Guides’ Queens Guide Award recipient Kimberley Spencer and Louise Spencer (District Manager at Eastwood Guides).