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Girl Guides celebrated the International Day of Living Together in Peace in Harmony Square.

The Dandenong event on Wednesday 16 May included games, crafts and other activities.

Vicky the Truck provided an interactive digital experience and a chance for people to share their story.

The truck is travelling around the state as part of the Victorian. And proud of it. social cohesion campaign.

Guides were encouraged to bring along their friends and families to connect with other Guides and members of the community.

The Rotary Club of Balwyn catered the event.

Girl Guides Victoria provides programs that help girls to get curious about the world and explore a wide variety of interests, from volunteering to camping.

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