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Centenary Celebrations

Centenary Celebrations of World Guiding
100 years of changing lives
The centenary theme girls worldwide say “100 years of changing lives” was announced at the 33rd World Conference in South Africa.
The centenary message incorporates the colours of WAGGGS’ five regions.
Centenary Celebration Day
To add to the fun and activities a Celebration Day will take place on 10 April from 2010 to 2012. It’s the 100th day of the year and members are encouraged to address the Celebration Day elements (party, good deed, 100 and international) in their celebrations.
The Centenary Celebration Days have also the following themes for each year of celebration:
WAGGGS has announced a theme for each year. The theme for the year 2010 is Plant; the 2011 is Grow and the 2012 is Share.  On April 10th, 2010 Guides celebrated the seeds of change which are being planted through global action theme projects.  In 2011, they are celebrating the growth of their Global Action projects, and in 2012 they will share their achievements with community, other non-governmental organizations, the media and fellow Guides.
Why three years?
In 1910 the first Girl Guide groups were started in the UK by Robert and Agnes Baden-Powell. By 1912, Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting had been introduced in many countries around the world. We will celebrate the birth of our Movement over three years – from 2010 to 2012.
Many countries founded Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting between 1910 and 1912:
Founded in 1910: Canada, Denmark, Finland, New Zealand, Poland, South Africa, Sweden, United Kingdom
Founded in 1911: Australia, Bangladesh (then part of India), India, Ireland, Netherlands, Pakistan (then part of India)
Founded in 1912: Cyprus, Italy, Norway, United States of America, Zimbabwe

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