The placement for a Girl Scout patch depends on the Girl Scout's level, type of uniform and type of patch. Every member of Girl Scouts has either a tunic, sash or vest on which to put patches, which are also called insig... More »

To sew Girl Scout patches to a sash, first observe the Girl Scouts' guidelines for insignia placement. Do the actual sewing by hand with needle and thread, or use a sewing machine. More »

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On a Cub Scout uniform, the Council shoulder emblem is placed on the top of the left shoulder along the shoulder seam, and the small Veteran Unit emblem is placed directly under it. The pack number is placed under the Ve... More »

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To sew Girl Scout patches to a sash, first observe the Girl Scouts' guidelines for insignia placement. Do the actual sewing by hand with needle and thread, or use a sewing machine. More »

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A Brownie Girl Scout should place her Journey badges, formerly called Try-Its, along the bottom hem of her uniform vest. The triangular badges should be placed with the points alternating between facing up and down, so t... More »

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Appropriate activities for a Girl Scout meeting depend on the age and level of the scouts involved. What is interesting and engaging for a troop of elementary-age Daisies and Brownies is unlikely to hold the attention of... More »

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Thin Mints, Thanks-A-Lot, Lemonades, Toffee-Tastic and Rah-Rah Raisins are some varieties of Girl Scout cookies. There are 12 different varieties of Girl Scout cookies as of 2015. More »

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