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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

CGIT Meets Wednesday Night Bethel United Church

Bethel United Church Omemee Presents Canadian Girls in Training

Girls 12-17 meet each Wednesday night 6:15-7:45 p.m.at Bethel United Church
Canadian Girls in Training (CGIT) is a program developed for girls ages 12 - 17. Girls and leaders participate in activities based on the needs and interests of the girls in keeping with the four elements of the CGIT purpose:
Cherish Health, Seek Truth, Know God, and Serve Others
Some activities CGIT groups enjoy include: music, games, Bible study, drama, banquets, parties, bike hikes, camping, guest speakers, discussions, conferences, and participation in worship services.

CGIT History


CGIT is a non-denominational group started by the YWCA in 1915, when women were fighting for the right to vote. At this time, a boy’s group named Tuxis was running, and it is supposed that the girls wanted to have a group for them too.
You can read more about CGIT and their history on the CGIT website.
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