Badges, Patches and Try-its

juliette low badges“A badge is not a reward for something you have done once or for an examination you have passed. A badge is a symbol that you have done the thing it stands for often enough, thoroughly enough, and well enough to BE PREPARED to give service in it. You wear the badge to let people know that you are prepared and willing to be called on because you are a Girl Scout. And Girl Scouting is not just knowing…..but doing…..not just doing, but being.” 1953 Girl Scout Handbook


 Volunteer Resource Guides for Daisy Brownie and Junior

Volunteer Resource Guides for Cadette Senior and Ambassador