Patrols

The participants at this year’s Juliette Low Seminar have been grouped into six patrols, each with a different colour. The names of the patrols are the names of the colours in Hindi.

Pila Patrol (Yellow)  Hara Patrol (Green












Pila Patrol (Yellow)                              Hara Patrol (Green)
 

Nila Patrol (Blue)Lal Patrol (Red)











Nila Patrol (Blue)                                 Lal Patrol (Red)

Gulabi Patrol (Rose)
Narangi Patrol (Orange) 











Gulabi Patrol (Rose)                         Narangi Patrol(Orange)

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pila patroll - 29 August 2006 - 6.30PM (GMT)

we are the best.

Della - 29 August 2006 - 8.32PM (GMT)

Annabelle - good to see you arrived in one piece and are smiling as always. I hope this week is everything you hoped for, and will give you lots to take back home to benefit Innovate and your other leadership roles. Have a great time - some of the friends you make here will last a lifetime.
Della

Mary Dawson - 31 August 2006 - 11.42AM (GMT)

With 42 of you from 42 countries, your JLS has to be the most diverse ever held at Sangam!
What a HUGE opportunity for finding out about other cultures, making life-long friends, and learning about how you each operate in a multi-cultural environment, and getting the most out of the Sangam experience.
Way back I was a JL participant and have run 2 JLS events at Sangam so can imagine what a buzz it must be for you all and everyone at Sangam.
Live your JLS experience to the full, be inspired by one another, embrace the diversity of Guiding, fill your minds and hearts with wonderful memories and connections, and share them as widely as possible on your return home.

Mette Grønvold - 1 September 2006 - 6.05PM (GMT)

From your daily reports it looks as if you have all had a marvellous time and devloped leadership and several other skills. I hope that you will take all your new experinces home and really make an impact in your member organisations so that girls and young women can continue to benefit from Guiding/Scouting and make a better world!
Mette, Member of World Board

Erica Tyndall - 3 September 2006 - 7.08PM (GMT)

hello!! everybody looks like they are having a fantastic time!!! enjoy the rest of your time there! have fun!!

Kara - 5 September 2006 - 10.46AM (GMT)

Hello to everyone!!!!
Now I am already at home but continue to think about you. I looked the WAGGGS site...photos are great!!! I felt myself again there with you:)))
Kisses
Kara,Armenia

kat - 6 September 2006 - 8.37AM (GMT)

I got goosebumps just from looking at our pictures. I wish I was in India again! I miss you guys! Keep in touch!

Amila - 11 September 2006 - 3.24AM (GMT)

JLS 2006 was an incredible experience and I am glad that I was able to share it with all of you. Hope to meet you all again ... keep in touch ...

Aneela Anwer Ali Virani - 12 September 2006 - 6.59PM (GMT)

Thanks for giving us such a nice learning platform through which not only we build the confidence but build the relationship among various countries.

Mabel - 15 September 2006 - 9.29AM (GMT)

Hey guys!
JLS was fantastic, I wish we could do it again.Remember we are a big family now.Keep in touch.
Love
Mabel, Zimbabwe

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