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Girl Guides.

Originated in Eng. as a spontaneous movement of girls; similar to Girl* Scouts; organized by R. Baden-Powell and his sister Agnes; given royal charter 1923; purpose: to promote good citizenship and a sense of service to others. The Girl Guide pledges duty to God and country; to help others; to obey the Guide law. The movement includes Brownies (8–11), Guides (11–15), Rangers 15–21).

Edited by: Erwin L. Lueker, Luther Poellot, Paul Jackson
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