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SAGALA Explorers and Moonbeams

SAGALA Adventurers and Sunbeams

SAGALA Guards and Rangers


Some great things have been happening in SAGALA across the Territory.  Leongatha SAGALA have been visited by an ambulance, hung out their washing and marched behind a band on their way to The Salvation Army Leongatha new corps building. The same weekend Phoebe Clarkson was also presented with her Commissioner's Award by Commissioner Tracey Tidd.
We have candidates for their General's Award from Maryborough, Bendigo & Wyndham Corps. This involves a lot of work. 'Keep at it!'
Sunshine SAGALA recently were visited by Captain Colin Elkington, Asylum Seeker & Refugee Support, and prepared Care Packages for the Asylum Seeker children in Maribyrnong Detention Centre. They raised money and then bought art items, finger puppets, small toys and a bouncing ball for each child. They also made cards that said 'Welcome'. They also did the Help 'em Out badge and participated in Random acts of Kindness for the Season of Lent.
Clarence Corps in Tasmania have a very active SAGALA group and they have also been involved in helping others, collecting at their local shopping Centre for The Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal.
Check out the Photo Gallery for the latest pics. There's lots of enrolments too!

Contact Details

For more information please contact your Divisional Children's Representative or Sheralyn Shaw by email.

What is SAGALA?

The Salvation Army Guarding And Legion Activities ministry is a life skills, award based program. It is a program for young people aged between 5-16 years that builds integrity, provides community service experience, leadership development and an opportunity to respond to the good news of Jesus Christ, which is foundational to the program.

SAGALA comprises the Life Saving Guard Organisation (girls' sections) and the Boys' Legion (boys' sections). Within these two groups are six sections:

Children Aged Boy's Legion Life Saivng Guard Organisation
5 -  6 years  Explorers Moonbeans
7 - 10 years  Adventurers Sunbeams
11 - 16 years Rangers