Tully Girl Guides’ Cake Stall a popular success

Tully Girl Guides’ serving their homemade cakes, biscuits, and slices. [Front – Left to Right]: Robyn Deluca, Carmen Tardite, Leah Anderssen, Lolly LaSpina, Charlotte Greenwood, and Debbie Watt. [Back Row – Left to Right]: Hollie Anderssen, Kelly Anderssen, and Christine Boric. [Absent]: Andrea Gardner.

DELICIOUS homemade cakes, slices, and biscuits baked and for sale by the Tully Branch of Girl Guides at their stall outside Tully Drapery on Saturday morning, August 14, were extremely popular with both locals and visitors, and literally sold like ‘hot cakes’. 

This highly successful fundraising event was to raise money to pay for the maintenance and upgrades to the Girl Guides’ Hall. Planned projects include a ramp and toilets to facilitate access for those with a disability to enable the Girl Guides to share the use of their Hall with other groups, and, thus, assist with the cost of the lease newly entered into with the Cassowary Coast Regional Council.

Congratulations to all the Girl Guides who participated on their culinary skills and industry in making the cake stall such a success. It is associations such as Girl Guides that add to the cohesiveness of communities by teaching young people a sense of service and responsibility, whilst developing their confidence by assisting them to learn new skills and challenge themselves. Congratulations to Tully Girl Guides for developing tomorrow’s citizens and leaders.
Girl Guides engages girls and empowers them to influence and create their own experiences based on challenges that they have set, their interests, or adventures they have imagined. Tropical North Girl Guides are currently offering a three-week trial for any girls who would like to try them out. Please email tropicalnorth@guidesqld.org or telephone 1300 GIRL GUIDES for more information.

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