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Hazelwood and Churchill (Victoria, Australia) local Girl Guide information noticeboard.

What do you need to do before you come down to Australia Day

  • Full Uniform (as much as possible until the uniform change has occurred)  Blue polo shirts are available at Big W, Target, Kmart for about $ 4 to $ 5 at this time of year.  They will do until the new shirts are available from Guide Shop).
  • Are all the badges sewn onto the sash?
  • Have breakfast.
  • Take a drink bottle with cold water inside it.
  • Sunscreen yourself.
  • Have you checked on your own presentation?
  • Fill out the activity paperwork and have parent sign as you arrive.  Look for a leader.

January 21, 2010 Posted by | Activites, events and service, Australian Guide Program, Badges, Awards and more, District team, Elements of Guiding Program, Fundamentals of Guiding Program, Gipps Guides, Hazelwood and Churchill, Leadership, Life skills gained, Programs, Stepping stones, Survival methods, what do Guides Do?, Who and what are the Girl Guides, Youth Members | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Australia Day

Guides and their Families are invited to the ‘Australia Day celebrations’.

The Churchill celebration starts early in the morning with people gathering somewhere in the Town of Churchill.  Different jobs are allocated as they are required to be done.  (These may be giving out song sheets and or flags. Being part of the Color Party along side local the Scouts.) There always little jobs that present themselves through out this morning.

The flag is risen, Advance Australia is sung, speeches are given, the Churchill Youth Citizen and the Churchill Adult Citizen of the Year are announced. Thank yous a acknowledged.

After the celebration the Churchill Lions put on a breakfast consisting of BBQ food and fruit drinks.

January 21, 2010 Posted by | Activites, events and service, Australian Guide Program, District team, Elements of Guiding Program, Fundamentals of Guiding Program, Gipps Guides, Hazelwood and Churchill, Leadership, Life skills gained, what do Guides Do?, Who and what are the Girl Guides, Youth Members | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Flags are actually fun

Who ever thought that having a silly old flag flying was boring does not know what we do!

Things we have done and learned about flags

  • Flags can be incorporated into games and as part of other group activites ( marching, indentify with).
  • Chosen the colour of different meeting times flags
    • Churchill Guide Unit Flag (now the flag for the 5 to 8’s [Purple])
    • Hazelwood Guide Unit Flag  (now the flag for the 8 to the 13 Guides)
    • Churchill Guide Unit Flag (now the flag for the 13 to 17 Guides [ mid blue with light purple trim])
  • Erecting the flag pole
  • Hoisting the Flag,
  • Protection of Flag.
  • Why a flag. World Guide Song has our Guiding flag unfurling.
  • Carrying our Flag.
  • Ceremonial flag preperations.
  • Colour Party
  • Giving instructions.
  • Different games and challenges.
  • Different Cermonies attended’
  • Know and choose what flags the District has to use.
  • been introduced to other countries (Argentina, New Zealand, Kiribut)
  1. Melbourne Guide Parade through Elizabeth Street….for B.P and Queens Guide reciepents.
  2. Australian Day Celebrations at Morwell and Churchill
  3. A.N.Z.A.C. Day celebrations at Morwell and Yinnar.
  4. Victory in the Pacific (VP) 50th Birthday Celebrations.
  5. The return of the Hazelwood Roll of Honour to the Hazelwood South Hall.
  6. Camp Flags.
  7. Parade
  8. Presentations.
  9. Where the Units all meet together at District Functions.
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November 29, 2009 Posted by | Activites, events and service, Badges, Awards and more, District team, Elements of Guiding Program, Fundamentals of Guiding Program, Gipps Guides, Leadership, Life skills gained, Stepping stones, what do Guides Do?, Who and what are the Girl Guides, Youth Members | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

what we have done with flags

Who ever thought that having a silly old flag flying was boring does not know what we do!

Things we have done  and learned about flags

  • Flags can be incorporated into games.
    • Links of Unity,
    • World Trefoil,
    • World Guide Flag
    • World Guide Song has our Guiding flag unfurling.
  • Chosen the colour of different meeting times flags
    • Churchill Guide Unit Flag (now the flag for the 5 to 8’s [Purple])
    • Hazelwood Guide Unit Flag  (now the flag for the 8 to the 13 Guides)
    • Churchill Guide Unit Flag (now the flag for the 13 to 17 Guides [ mid blue with light purple trim])
  • Raising the Flag,
  • Protection of Flag.
  • Why a flag.
  • Carrying our Flag.
  • Ceremonial flag preparations.
  • Colour Party
  • Giving instructions.
  • Different games and challenges.
  • Different ceremonies attended
  1. Melbourne Guide Parade through Elizabeth Street….for B.P and Queens Guide recipients.
  2. Australian Day Celebrations at Morwell and Churchill
  3. A.N.Z.A.C. Day celebrations at Morwell and Yinnar.
  4. Victory in the Pacific (VP) 50th Birthday Celebrations.
  5. The return of the Hazelwood Roll of Honour to the Hazelwood South Hall.
  6. Camp Flags.
  7. Parade
  8. Presentations.
  9. Chosing which of the Unit flags go to what one of the Guide Units.
  10. had the flags on display at campfires.
  • Send coded messages.
  • History of flags
  • Flag designs
    • Why this goes there.
    • World Girl Guide and Girl Scout Flag.
    • Australia Flag
    • Victorian State Flag
    • Aboriginal Flag
    • Latrobe City Council Flag
  • History of Flags
    • Old World Girl Guide and Girl Scout Flags
    • Old Australian Brownie ‘Flags’ of Chruchill Brownie Guide Unit
  • How does having a Flag become a symbol of who we are and what we as Guides stand for.

November 14, 2009 Posted by | Activites, events and service, Australian Guide Program, Badges, Awards and more, District team, Elements of Guiding Program, Fundamentals of Guiding Program, Gipps Guides, Leadership, Stepping stones, Uncategorized, what do Guides Do?, Who and what are the Girl Guides, Youth Members | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment