WAGGGS Final Year of Centenary Celebrations 2012
2012 Badge Criteria
1. Take part in a Millennium Development Goal project, here are some examples
• The CGI MDG Art Competition and Exhibition
• 2012 Thinking Day Badge
• Take Part in the Stop the Violence Campaign
• Complete the Global Action Theme Badge
•Check out WAGGGS site for more suggestions
2. Celebrate the Centenary with the countries that started guides/girl scouts in 1912. Take at least two meetings to carry out the following and learn and share about guiding/girl scouting from one of these countries.
Founded in 1912: Cyprus, Italy, Norway, United States of America and Zimbabwe
Have a Centenary Meal, learn about the country, try the food they eat, listen to their music, learn a dance, find out what subjects they do in school, learn some of their language, etc.
Spend the second week as a Guide/Girl Scout from that country. Play games they would play, try a craft from the country, learn about their promise, their Guide law, the programme they follow, do they earn badges, dress up someone in their uniform, etc.
Make sure to finish your set and get all four of the centenary badges, once you have completed the criteria for 2012, you can order the badges from the National Office. The white badges are also available to purchase from the National Office, each at a cost of 50c each.
Submit any photos of activities for 2012 before 31st May to the centenary email email@example.com or post in photos marked "Centenary 2012" c/o CGI National Office.
Don't forget to share your stories with CGI and WAGGGS. Feel free to send in any photos of activities or events to the firstname.lastname@example.org mailbox or post the photos on the CGI Facebook.