Girl Guide Plaques on a Commemorative Stone at Montebello Park
- Media Type
- Item Type
- A slide of a commemorative stone showcasing two plaques dedicated to girl guiding both in Canada and in St. Catharines at Montebello Park, St. Catharines, Ontario. March 1974.
- Slide File Number: 01.2-E-1
Mary Malcolmson registered the first Canadian Girl Guide Unit in St. Catharines in 1910. In 1950 a commemorative stone in Montebello Park was dedicated by Mrs T.A. Rigby, daughter of Mary Malcolmson, to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Guiding in Canada. A second plaque was added to the stone to commemorate Canada's Centennial.
The First Plaque Reads:
1910-1950, Erected by City of St. Catharines to commemorate the founding of the Girl Guide movement in Canada. 1st company registered in St. Catharines January 1910.
The Second Plaque Reads:
Erected in 1967 to Honour Mrs. A.H. Malcolmson, a member of the I.O.D.E. who started the Girl Guide movement in St. Catharines. 1910.
- Date of Publication
- Mar 1974
- Geographic Coverage
Latitude: 43.1577248862806 Longitude: -79.2511571389007
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