Historical information

Joyce Edgcumbe was, at the time the Charter was issued, the MGC's State Superintendent and Charles Gallacher the Chief Director.

The Methodist Girls' Comradeship was formed in 1918 with the first Branch being in Bondi, NSW. There were three sections: Junior Rays, 8 - 11 years; Senior Rays, 11 - 15 years and Comrades, 15 years and over. The aims of the MGC was to "challenge young people with the saving power of Jesus Christ and provide avenues of christian service" and "to provide for the spiritual, social, physical and educational welfare of the members".

The MGC's motto was "The Utmost for the Highest".

Physical description

Cream coloured Charter with blue and gold print and handwritten informatiion..

Inscriptions & markings

"TRARALGON NO 148 LINARIA" "2nd AUGUST 1946" "Joyce Edgcumbe" "Charles Gallacher".