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World Trefoil Pin (WAGGGS Girl Scout PIN) Traditional Girl Scout Membership Pin Contemporary Girl Scout Membership Pin
All Girl Scouts age-levels (Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Girls 11-17, and Adult Girl Scouts) wear this pin on the left side of the uniform directly above the Membership Pin on the Insignia Tab. A Girl Scout can choose between this or the Contemporary Membership Pin - Item # 09014. It is worn on the Insignia Tab on the left side of the uniform, centered above the heart. A Girl Scout can choose between this or the Traditional Membership Pin #09001. It is worn on the Insignia Tab on the left side of the uniform, centered above the heart.
Wavy Flag patch Junior Insignia Tab Junior, Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador Troop Numbers
Wavy Flag patch
Our Price: $2.25
Junior Insignia Tab
Our Price: $3.00
American Flag Patch represents the USA flag in a wavy fabric design. Official and embroidered in red, white and blue. It is an optional patch that can be worn by all Girl Scouts on their vest, sash or tunic. All levels of Girl Scouts may wear the flag patch on the right shoulder of the tunic. All others may wear the flag patch above the Girl Scout Council ID set on the sash or vest. Made in the USA. Official Girl Scout Junior Insignia Tab of green grosgrain ribbon. Official Girl Scout Troop Numbers are purchased per digit and put together to create your full troop number. Girl Scout Troop Numerals are worn by Junior Girl Scouts & Girl Scouts. Troop numbers come in numbers 0-9. Iron-on.
Membership Star Junior Disc - Yellow Brownie Girl Scout Wings
Membership Star
Our Price: $1.50
Junior Disc - Yellow
Our Price: $0.08
Each membership star stands for one year of registration. Each membership star stands for one year of registration. Place the stars directly beneath the troop/group numerals on the sash or the right side of the vest, Girl Scout Junior stars (on YELLOW discs), (to the right of other membership star levels, if applicable). Brownie Girl Scout Wings show that a girl has completed her years as a Brownie. She is ready to "fly up" to Junior Girl Scouting. This is a tradition that goes back to when Brownie Girl Scout leaders were called Brown Owls.