Lady Baden-Powell and the challenge in her honour
Are you stumped on how to complete the Lady Baden-Powell challenge? In Girl Guides or want to learn more about Girl Guides? Girl Guides do so many things together, camping, cooking, crafts, selling cookies, making friends and so much more! Girl Guides is a world wide organization that has 150 countries participating. Agnes Baden-Powell was the creator of girl guides who was the sister of Lord Robert Baden-Powell, the creator of scouts. Girl guides was created because in 1909 Lord Baden-Powell called together all people who in scouts. They all gathered together at Crystal Palace in London, thousands of boys came with their leaders and also a small group of girls. They wanted to join scouts, so Lord Baden-Powell asked his sister Agnes to be in charge of the girls.
Lady Baden Powell is one of the best known girl guide because she was the first World Chief. The LBP challenge was created to recognize the girls who are committed, and to give back to the community. This award can go on your resume and help you get a job and scholarship because it shows the interviewer that you are driven and responsible.To complete the LBP challenge you will need to complete all of the area program badges. You can give back to your community by shovelling driveways, help with grocery and more. You're only able to do the Lady Baden-Powell challenge in your 3rd year of guides. Some Girl Guide leaders thinks that they should make the LBP challenge more participant driven. Guider Iris said “I think you should have to do a project that show how you took action for a better world that is in honour of Lady Baden-Powell”.
After you finish the Lady Baden-Powell its bittersweet. You’ll have to leave your guide group but you’ll get to go in to your next stage in Girl Guides Pathfinders. You’ll start your new challenge the Canada Chord. To learn more about girl guides go to https://www.girlguides.ca/web/ and to register your child go to https://register.girlguides.ca
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