Alberta Trefoil Guilds Fall/Winter 2008
Published by Girl Guides of Canada, Alberta
11055 107 Street, Edmonton AB
Alberta Trefoil Guild Adviser:
Alberta Trefoil Guilds
Calgary – Claytons, Emonis Ake, Kindred Spirits,
Nimble Needles, North Star Nomads, Old Crows,
Prairie Crocus, The Missing Links, Twisted Sisters,
Chinook – Chinookettes
Cypress Hills – Mad Hatters
Edmonton – 1st Edmonton, 2nd Edmonton, The
Purple Martins, 4th Edmonton, 5th Edmonton, 50th
Edmonton, Arrowhead Division
Michener – 1st Michener
Parkland – Wild Rosies, Sounds Fun, 3rd Parkland,
Prairie Rose ‐ Twilight Roses
Tamarac – BOGGS, STARS
Woodsmoke – Seasoned Woodsmokers
Yellowknife – 1st Yellowknife
Greetings to All Guild Members!
Judging by your reports this has been another action
packed year for our Guilds. Welcome to the new Guild in
Fort Smith, NT.
We are keeping the spirit alive in a variety of ways.
Many of you sent crests and artifacts to a Guild member from Nova Scotia. She was
taking them to decorate the Canada Room at the Foxlease campsite in England.
We were sent information about Dark Horse Venture. I don't know if anyone participated
We had a request from Wanda Garrett, our National Trefoil Specialist about PRC's for
over 75 year olds. Many of you sent insightful comments to her. She sent her thanks
and this comment.
Thanks to everyone for the wonderful feedback I received on the below topic.
A number of you wondered why Trefoil Guild members must have a current PRC to hold a position in
Guiding (which includes positions such as Guild president, secretary, treasure, etc.). From what I
understand, here are some examples as to why you cannot hold a position and be exempt are as follows:
If you are handling money for your Trefoil, you are handling GGC funds which are public f