CGIT: Canadian Girls In Training is a youth group for teenage girls Grades 7-11.
We meet Tuesday evenings 7 to 8:30 (mid Sept. to end of April) at St. Paul's in the large basement.
Our Purpose is four-fold and we try to have an even program balance throughout the year. Possible programs in any year:
Cherish Health: swimming, tobogganing, hair care, nutrition, skin care, Tai Chi
Seek Truth: leadership skills, values, peer pressure, bullying, gossiping, cheating
Know God: Bible discovery, Christmas Vesper Service, weekly mini-worship
Serve Others: Soup kitchen, help United Way, Mission project/ luncheon, neighbourhood clean-up
2015 is CGIT's 100th Anniversary and we are looking forward to a busy and eventful year of celebration. There are very few organizations that reach this milestone and we are very proud of this accomplishment.
Although CGIT is sponsored nationally by the Presbyterian, Baptist and the United Churches, we are an interdenominational group, and we encourage all girls to join us, whether they have a church affiliation or not.
Leaders: Valerie Jenner 532-2947 & Rachel Calhoun
Alberta CGIT page www.alberta.cgit.ca/
Canadian CGIT page ww.cgit.ca/