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STEM - Council's Own Patch Manhattan Project - Council's Own Patch Gardening (Flowers) Sew-On Fun Patch
STEM – A Patch Program
Think about it: Science, technology, engineering, and math are everywhere! The color spectrum is a science and your car and computer are constantly changing with new technology. Your house is the work of an engineer, and math includes knowing how much change you will get at the store. It appears as though STEM is all around you, so you might as well embrace it!
This STEM Patch Program was created by Girl Scout Junior Troop 3659 from Spokane, WA as part of their Girl Scout Bronze Award.
This patch has been approved from council to be an official EARNED patch that can be worn on the front of the vest or sash. For more information on this Patch Program and how to earn the award please visit http://www.gsewni.org/content/dam/girlscouts-gsewni/documents/Forms%20on%20Internal%20Pages/Patch%20Programs/STEM_Patch.pdf
Hanford, WA is one of three Manhattan Project National Historical Parks. Learn about the Manhattan Project and the impact on our area's history as you tour Hanford and the B Reactor site and complete the Junior Ranger program, then research the history of Girl Scouts in the World War II era to earn this patch.

This patch is designed with flexible requirements, so it can also be earned at the Los Alamos or Oak Ridge National Historical Parks. Please visit the National Park Service website at www.nps.gov for more information about the historical sites.

This patch has been approved from council to be an official EARNED patch. In GSEWNI, this patch can be worn on the front of the vest or sash. Please check with your local council for uniform rules regarding Council's Own Patches.

For more information on this Patch Program and how to earn the award please click here.
Patches are unofficial and not to be worn on the front of the Girl Scout sash, vest or tunic. All fun patch designs are exclusively owned by Girl Scouts of the USA.
World Thinking Day 2016 World Thinking Day 2017 Amusement Park purple Fun Patch
World Thinking Day 2016
Our Price: $1.50
World Thinking Day 2017
Our Price: $2.00
Each year on February 22, girls participate in activities and projects with global themes to honor their sister Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in other countries. It is a special day in the Girl Scout year when we remember we are part of a worldwide movement. World Thinking day is part of the world Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts Global Action Theme, based on the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which aim to improve the lives of the world's poorest people. The theme of World Thinking Day 2016 is "Connect!" On this day, let's explore and celebrate meaningful connections that make our lives better, whether to the people closest to us, to a place we care about, or to a Girl Guide or Girl Scout Friend on the other side of the world. 2" round sew-on photo patch.

Click Here for Earning Requirements.
Each year on February 22, girls participate in activities and projects with global themes to honor their sister Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in other countries. It is a special day in the Girl Scout year when we remember we are part of a worldwide movement. The theme of World Thinking Day 2017 is "Grow". This year we would like Girl Scouts and Girl Guides to explore, stretch, and take on new challenges—and celebrate what it means to be part of the global sisterhood that is Girl Scouts + Girl Guides. 2" round sew-on photo patch.

Click Here for Earning Requirements.
All Fun Patches are unofficial and are not to be worn on the front of the Girl Scout sash, vest or tunic.
Silverwood Day (white) Fun Patch Community Service (City) Ice Skating Cat Sew-On Fun Patch


Silverwood Embroidered Patch. Girl Scout Day is an annual event held by the council at Silverwood Theme Park in Idaho. This patch may also be suitable for trips to the park by any Girl Scout troop!!

All Fun Patches are unofficial and are not to be worn on the front of the Girl Scout sash, vest or tunic.
All Fun Patches are unofficial and are not to be worn on the front of the Girl Scout sash, vest or tunic. All Fun Patches are unofficial and not to be worn on the front of the official recognition sash, vest or tunic.