The members of 1st Hooe GB got creative to design and make a banner depicting GB and what it means to them.
Pictured is the result with some of the n:vestigate and n:gage age members of the group.
Team Leader Jean Osmond says 'In March our church celebrated 140 years of witness in Hooe and our minister suggested to the various church groups that it would be good to have some banners in the church.
'On one of her visits to GB she mentioned that there was nothing in the church to tell people that GB was part of the church, although we have in the hall. She challenged the girls to design and make a banner depicting GB and what it means to them. So, with the help of two leaders for the machining, they created a banner.'
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