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Pauline Vaugeois fonds
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- Textual record
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191- - 2018 (Creation)
- Vaugeois, Pauline
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1.6 m of textual and other material.
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Pauline Vaugeois moved to St. Albert with her parents, Maurice and Bernadette, in 1950. It was shortly afterwards that she began to work in the Girl Guide movement, a commitment that continued for over 50 years. Vaugeois was the Edmonton Area Girl Guides District Commissioner from 1969 to 1975. Her duties in this role included attending meetings, partaking in decision-making, liaising with the national and international Girl Guides organization, and organizing and attending events. Vaugeois was also a member of the Circle Francophone, and Secretary of C.U.P.E. in addition to being a student of psychology at the University of Alberta. She was named Citizen of the Year of St. Albert in 1977. She has also been a prominent member of the First Tamarac Area Council as well as the local level.
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Fonds consists of Girl Guides and family and personal from Pauline Vaugeois. Girl Guide records include photographs and scrapbooks, training and event notes and manuals, correspondence, programs and invitations, annual reports, contact lists, meeting minutes, and newsletters. Personal and family records include cards, photographs and scrapbooks, membership cards, correspondence, local committees notes and events, certificates, event programs and invitations, and a stamp collection.
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