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Malta Girl Guides

Rangers, 13-16

Rangers

Since you are now a young woman, at the age of 14 up to 16, you are given the responsibility and ability to do more with your guiding experience.

Rangers

Being a Ranger is Cool... but Why?

Being a Ranger has its advantages... Since you are now a young woman, at the age of 14 up to 16, you are given the responsibility and ability to do more with your guiding experience. These opportunities are never-ending - it also helps prepare you to tackle different situations that life brings as you become an older, more responsible citizen.

Apart from doing all the things girl guides do and more - you also get to prepare your own monthly programme together with your Ranger friends and your Guider.

This opens up many doors for a Ranger - A Ranger unit can decide together, on what activities and meetings they would like to hold... When to go abseiling... What discussions to have... What special visitors to invite to your weekly meetings... What outdoor activities to hold... Where to go for a cookout... The list is endless and so are the opportunities.

 

What do other Rangers think about being a Ranger?

 

 

"I love attending Rangers! You get to meet so many new friends and spend time relaxing after a whole week of School. We learn a lot of new things and go to so many different places that makes being a Ranger so exciting and adventurous!!! You could be abseiling one week, going to a ‘Breast Cancer Awareness Walk' the next and planning for a massive camping trip at the same time"

Karin, Attard Ranger Unit

The badges!

Being part of Rangers means earning badges