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Building the Girl Scout Pin (Traditional)



The Girl Scout Law is a guide for daily living - stated simply enough for a young girl to apply to her own life, profound enough to serve as a measuring post for adults. Think about the people you admire; what makes you admire them? Friendliness, dependability, enthusiasm to serve. These are the qualities that the Girl Scout Law helps us attain. 

Girl 5:      Tying together all parts of the Promise and serving, as its foundation is the fact that we pledge on our honor to try. When we are discouraged, when we have made mistakes, our Promise     reminds us that the best we can do is to keep on trying with a sincere effort. We do more than    believe in our Promise, we try to live by it. Our pin is symbolic of our Promise, and we are           here to explain the parts of our pin tonight. 

Girl 6:      The eagle is a bird of great endurance and strength. It is used on the Great Seal of the United                  States to represent power and strength. We wear it on our pin because we are chartered by the Congress of the United States. 

Girl 7:     The Shield represents protection. In the design of the Great Shield of the United States, it rests only on the eagle to show that we are a self-sufficient government. One of our aims in Girl Scouting is to become self-reliant citizens. 

Girl 8: In the right talon of the eagle is an olive branch representing peace. To show that we are a peace loving nation, the eagle’s head faces the olive branch. Girl Scouting is similarly a peace-time movement.

Girl 9:    However, the arrows show preparedness to fight for our ideals. As Girl Scouts, we prepare                  ourselves to cope with every situation and emergency. 

Girl 10:    On the scroll are the words “E Pluribus Unum,” meaning one from many. There are many states but one nation. In the United States we have three million in Girl Scouting. Each one is an individual personality, each one has her own place, but we are working in one organization toward one goal according to the ideals that we have in common. 

Girl 11:    The G.S. on the pin stands for Girl Scout. It means many different things to many different                  people. All of us have to decide what it means to us - new friends we have made, things we have learned, understandings about people we have gained, experiences we could have not have had except as a Girl Scout. The list is almost as endless as the number of people in the organization. 

Girl 12:    There is a destiny that makes us brothers

                 None goes his way alone

                 All that we send into the lives of others

                 Comes back into our own 

Girl 13:    Three candles lighted here represent the three parts of the Girl Scout Promise. Ten candles                  lighted here represent the ten parts of the Girl Scout Law. All rise and join us in singing “Girl Scouts Together”.


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