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100 Years Of Outdoor Adventures With Girl Guides

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The Straits Times Reports On Girl Guides In Singapore Which Is Celebrating 100 Years Of Taking Women On Adventures

Puan Noor Aishah, widow of Singapore's first President Yusof Ishak, and the first Patron of the Guiding movement in Singapore [Courtesy/The Straits Times]

Editor's Note: This news item was retrieved through The Strait Times' website via Google.

The Girl Guides in Singapore, is celebrating their 100th year of taking women out on outdoor adventures and fun. In this article, countless women explain their experience with the Girl Guides, and how that helped them either reach the position they are at today, or shape their life.

As The Straits Times writer Vanessa Lee relates in her article: "It gave me the opportunity to meet more people and have outdoor adventures. I have good memories of campfires, outdoor cooking and camping in the school field," recalls BG Gan, 43, the first woman Brigadier-General in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF), who attained the one-star rank in 2015. "There weren't so many such opportunities back then and my family couldn't afford them."

Check this full article at The Straits Times right here.


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