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Brownies fun day

Salaseini Moceiwai
Monday, April 14, 2014

ONE hundred and twenty four primary school girls of St Mary's Primary School in Labasa took time to be part of a rally on Saturday.

The girls, 74 of whom are Brownies and 50 Girl Guides, converged on the school grounds for their activities.

Rally co-ordinator Saleshni Deo said the event was an opportunity for the girls to socialise, mingle and get to know one another.

"The rally is something we thought of organising to bring the girls together for a time of fun and excitement," she said.

"This is also a time for the girls to build and strengthen their relationships and also bond as a team.

"They are also here to enhance their social lives."








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