Member Services

Focusing on membership retention and proactive recruitment strategies, the Membership, Marketing, and Public Affairs department champions and promotes the marketing and communications strategies of Girl Guides, both internally and externally. The specific focus of the department is to incorporate all elements of membership recruitment, renewal, retention, recognition, and rejuvenation. The Department ensures that all communications, internal or external, are consistent with the Vision, Mission, and Values of GGC.

Membership Team

Member Services Coordinator - Leslie Earle
Public Relations and Communication - Victoria Battcock
Membership - Deidra Howlett
Training - Sara Hawkins
The Signal Editor - Marsha Goodyear
Member Services and Community Development (Staff) - Leah Stone

Provincial Archives

Archives are responsible for maintaining and preserving our Guiding history and to ensure all future Members have the ability to learn about the efforts of our past sisters in Guiding. The Archives contains textual records, publications, program materials and photographs from 1912 to the present. We also have some uniforms and insignia and other artifacts that are relevant to the history of Guiding in Newfoundland and L

Archives purposes:

  • record and catalogue activities and events
  • preserve and store important items
  • provide historical documentation and information
  • support all historical research inquiries

On 8 Dec 2006, our Archives room was dedicated to Archivist Isabel Templeton for starting the collection of archival and museum materials back in 1971. Isabel has over 50 years of experience in Guiding and has served in more than a few Guiding positions over that time. For 30 years, with some help from family and friends, Isabel patiently and lovingly managed the former archives room. Thanks to her, we have an amazing collection of artifacts, scrapbooks, photo albums, uniforms, books and magazines dating back to the earliest years of Guiding in our province.

12/7/2021 1:23:58 AM