Structure of Trefoil Guild.
Trefoil Guilds are an integral part of Guiding and each Guild is autonomous. Each Guild elects its own president, Secretary and Treasurer, plans it's own program and decides when and where to meet.
Each Guild decides how they can offer service and support within their community, while keeping in mind the spirit of the Guide promise.
Members are kept well informed of State activities through the publication of regular newsletters.
Where are Trefoil Guilds in SA
For more information on SA Trefoil Guilds and how to join Contact: 8418 0900
- Once a Girl Guide, always a Girl Guide
- To keep the Guiding spirit alive in the community
- To support youth members
- To adherer to the principles of the Promise and Law
Trefoil members may wear a Guild dress which consist of a white blouse with navy skirt/slacks. A Trefoil Guild long scarf is generally worn as part of the Guild dress.
The Trefoil Guild promise badge is a gold Trefoil with a red background with the wording of "Trefoil Guild" on the scroll. Informal Trefoil tops,( with Trefoil state colours) are also worn. Trefoil members may wear the adult uniform of GGSA.
Sandra Simper, Barb Donnelly, Ann Lee and Helen Janz