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The Girl Scout Promise

On my honor, I will try:

To serve God and my country,

To help people at all times,

And to live by the Girl Scout Law.

The promise should be recited while make the Girl Scout Sign.  The three fingers represent the three parts of the Promise.  We will begin all our meeting with the Promise and the Pledge.

The Girl Scout Handshake

When you meet another Girl Scout, you can greet her with the Girl Scout handshake.  You shake hands with your left hand and make the Girl Scout sign with your right.  This is a special way to remind us that we are all sisters because we belong to Girl Scouts!

The Girl Scout Law

I will do my best to be

honest and fair,

friendly and helpful,

considerate and caring,

courageous and strong,

and responsible for what I say and do,

and to,

respect myself and others,

respect authority,

use resources wisely,

make the world a better place,

and be a sister to every Girl Scout.

Fly Up to Junior!

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Brownie Bridging Awards.pdf  


SWAPS, the tradition of Girl Scouts exchanging keepsakes, started long ago when Girl Scouts and Girl Guides first gathered for fun, song, and making new friends.

SWAPS were first widely exchanged at national Girl Scout Senior Roundups in the 1950s and 1960s. Today, SWAPS are still the perfect way for Girl Scouts to meet one another and promote friendship. Each one reflects a memory of a special event or Girl Scout sister.

For more information about them, click here.