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Stuart Rossiter - Selected Publications
... include The Stamp Atlas History of the East African Army Postal Service The Blue Guide Denmark The Blue Guide London Rome and Environs (Blue guides) Greece (Blue guides) Yugoslavia the ...
Lone Guides
... Lone Guides or Lones are those Girl Guides and Girl Scouts who do not attend group meetings for a variety of reasons ... The first official Lone Guides started in 1912 in the UK ... Many countries have Lone Guides ...
Scouting And Guiding In Egypt
... Scouting portal The Egyptian Federation for Scouts and Girl Guides (EFSGG, Arabic الاتحاد العام للكشافة والمرشدات‎ Al-Ittiḥād al ... in 1913 and became a member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in 1931 ... The EFSGG serves 79,611 Scouts (as of 2011) and 92,000 Guides (as of 2003) ...
Lebanon Mountain Trail - Local Guides
... LMT Association encourages hikers to hire local guides when hiking the trail ... The local guides know the trails and can add local color to the hike ... The association's web site lists the local guides ...
Scouting And Guiding In Egypt - Structure and Program
... The EFSGG has four central associations Boy Scouts Sea Scouts Air Scouts Girl Guides - Gamiet Morshidat Gomhoriet Misr al Arabiah Each of these central association has a correspondent ... The Girl Guides association has three age divisions Brownies Girl Guides Rovers The Cairo International Scout Center is a lavish six-floor building next to Cairo International Stadium that welcomes all Scouts ...

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