These programs are for Girl Scouts who are in second or third grade. For many of our programs, girls can participate on their own, or in a troop or group. Not yet a Girl Scout? Learn how to become one! Get excited and start registering today.
Learn where to place different Girl Scout awards and emblems on a sash or vest, including the troop numbers, Girl Scout membership pin, and skill-building badges. A Girl Scout may wear a vest or sash as part of her uniform. Her vest or sash may display the following items. In general, earned awards are displayed prominently on the front of the sash or vest, and fun patches and non-official emblems go on the back.
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That means the Try-It has been around for 30 years. Brownies did not have to become proficient in a skill, they just had to Try It. Girls had to complete four of six requirements to earn the recognition. Try-Its satisfied a growing demand for more Brownie program content, especially after the program expanded from two years 2nd and 3rd grades to three 1st grade in Many councils issued special badge programs to celebrate the American Bicentennial in