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a junior Girl Scout

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(folklore) fairies that are somewhat mischievous

square or bar of very rich chocolate cake usually with nuts

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pounds 1000Who is the leader of a Brownie Guide or Boy Scout pack?
She always had time for other people and volunteered so much of her time to help others, particularly when she was a Brownie Guide leader.
Whilst living in Holmfirth she nursed at the Holme Valley Memorial Hospital and also ran two Brownie Guide groups at the Phoenix Youth Centre (now known as Holmfirth Community Centre).
Brownie guide, Alison Brown said: "The girls love camping and learn many new skills, for example, how to pitch a tent, outdoor cookery, lighting fires, knots, and survival skills - all of which help with further qualifications they may want to tackle when they are older, such as the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme.
When the couple's two daughters Carol and Julie were old enough, she became a Brownie Guide Leader within the district, division and county.
She said: "My mother was a brownie guide, my sister started a guides group, and I was a guide lieutenant at school, so it certainly runs in the family.
A child might be reminded of being in the Brownies and the promise you had to make as you skipped round the toadstool, to do your duty to the Queen and keep the Brownie Guide Law.
Brown Owl Gaynor Satherley, from the Brownie Guides 1st Whittington group said: "It is really exciting time, especially for the girls.
BROWNIE guides got a helping hand fundraising thanks to the efforts of staff at their local Wilko store.
IN April 1984 a quiet trip over the Transporter Bridge on the River Tees turned into a tea party for Middlesbrough mayor, councillor Chris Atkin, and mayoress Mary Atkin when Brownie Guides decided to brew-up as part of their national tea-making fortnight.