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  • 14th Apr 2014

The Queen's Scout (H.K.I.) & Queen's Guide Club Gathering 2013

H.K.I. stands for Hong Kong Island, one of the five regions of the Scout Association of Hong Kong.

This is the oldest, over 40 years old, union of its kind for the Venture Scout section Highest Award (Queen's Scout, King's Scout, Special Administrative Region Scout and Dragon Scout) holders in Hong Kong.

The Club still embraces a unique logo with a Crown, a fleur-de-lis and a Guides logo as tradition and heritage.

There is a Guides logo because the Club has been a joint organisation with Girl Guides from its very beginning. Although the connection is not significant in recent years, the Club still offers memberships to Girl Guides with Queen's Guide Award or Chief Commissioner's Award.

The club is also known as "QQ Club" by locals.