International Patron on U.K.’s Honours’ List
Published on February 12, 2018
International Patron, Mrs Olive Miller was recognised in the U.K.’s New Year’s Honours’ List. Mrs Olive Miller began Girls’ Brigade in the Cayman Islands in 1946 and she is currently GB Cayman’s President. She was awarded her OBE for her ‘many and numerous contributions to the people of the Cayman Islands’. However, she is reported to have said that she is ‘most proud of starting the Girls’ Brigade.’ She added that all of her accomplishments were ‘made possible through her faith in a higher powers.’ She will receive the award during the Queen’s Birthday celebrations in June 2018. We remain thankful to God that at the age of 96 Mrs Olive Miller continues to be active in contributing to her country and in particular to Girls’ Brigade.
Girls’ Brigade International wishes to send their congratulations and thanks to this faithful servant!
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Girls’ Brigade Caribbean & Americas. Through the commitment of Christian volunteers who meet weekly with girls throughout the region, as a Christian Youth Organisation, Girls’ Brigade in the Caribbean & Americas provides activities designed to help girls attain physical, mental and spiritual maturity, and encourage them to exercise what they learn through practical services to the home, church, community and the world.
International Vice President: Hazel Ann Hannaway Boreland