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Ceremonies

All kinds of great Girl Scout ceremonies from A - Z!

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Latest Activity: Jul 24, 2013

Ceremonies mark special Girl Scout events throughout the year. They can celebrate major transitions, such as bridging to another level or getting your Girl Scout pin, commemorate your accomplishment when you earn awards, or simply make the beginning or end of your group's meeting special. You can also plan a ceremony around a theme, such as friendship or nature, that you wish to explore in thought, words, or song. Whatever its purpose, every Girl Scout ceremony enables girls to share in a special part of Girl Scout history and create their own special memories.

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BRIDGING POEM

Started by Charlene Domschot May 24, 2013. 0 Replies

Author unknown,updated by Carol Lee SpagesFrom Girl ScoutDaisies dressed in blueWhere everythingis fresh and new,We learn our Promiseand our LawAnd grow strongas we grow tall.As Girl Scout Brownies…Continue

US FLAG RETIREMENT CEREMONY

Started by Charlene Domschot May 24, 2013. 0 Replies

 One person reads the following as guard performs instructions in parenthesis. A wire rack is placed above fire so that parts of flag will not touch ground when placed over fire. Color guard…Continue

CEREMONIES AND CELEBRATIONS

Started by Charlene Domschot Dec 13, 2012. 0 Replies

Ceremonies in Girl Scouting are used to celebrate special occasions, to recognize accomplishments, or simply to begin or end a meeting. Ceremonies also provide a means of expressing feelings and…Continue

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