The GSGWM patch programs were developed by Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains with patch requirements and activity suggestions for troops, groups or individual girls. Packets are available at the Bedford, NH Corporate office reception desk or by calling Carrie. You can download and print the patch programs packets by clicking on the program name.
All of these programs have patches, and some even have add-on mini patches so they can be done year after year!
Jump to Journeys Patch
The Jump to Journeys patch is designed to give you, as the leader/advisor of a troop/group, a taste of the activities offered in the journeys for the grade level you are working with. By doing the activities and earning this patch with your troop/group you and the girls will have the information you need to decide which journey to dive into.
Be Your Best
This patch program will help you “Be Your Best” while you Discover, Connect and Take Action to help an organization that helps others (i.e. animal shelters, American Red Cross, Salvation Army, nursing homes, etc.) Plan your own activities to bring out the best in each of you.
Co-ops for Community
Interested in this program, sponsored by Cabot Creamery and the National Business Cooperative Association? Troops/girls can either go to City Market Onion River Co-op or they have the option of sending someone to your troop!! If the conference room is available they are more than willing to let troops use that space to work on some of the other patch requirements. They would prefer two weeks notice in order to accommodate troops/girls in the best way possible.
This patch will encourage girls to discover the importance of apples in our lives, connect to local farmers and orchards and take action by finding ways we can make a difference in our community with what girls learn.
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The sugaring season is a wonderful part of Vermont and New Hampshire culture. Complete activities to explore the history of maple sugaring and find out the secrets to making the “sweet stuff”!
Learn about the effects of cold temperatures and snow, especially in New England, as you choose and complete activities to earn this fun winter patch. Girls earning this patch for the first time, earn the large patch and their first snowflake. Girls can complete new activities and continue to add snowflakes to their large patch year after year.
The Flat Juliette program is a digital scrapbook program that promotes international literacy and friendship. It is based on the Flat Stanley/Stacie projects, started by a school teacher.
In the Flat Stanley/Stacie book, Stanley/Stacie get flattened while sleeping one night by a bulletin board. They are very surprised when they wake up and find they are flat! Their parents try and think positively about this change and tell them, they can visit anyone and anywhere because they fit in an envelope and its cheap to mail!
My Family Supports Girl Scouts Patch Program
Girl Scouting is the largest voluntary organization for girls in the world. Nationwide, Girl Scouts number over two million. Over the years the lives of millions of women have been enriched by their participation in Girl Scout activities. Girl Scouting is fun and educational- show your support with this patch!
Sunsational Summer Patch
Have a sunsational summer with Girl Scouts! Try new activities, explore nature, and learn a ton. You can even earn the patch again and again with new requirements each year.
Girl Scouts Care Community Service Patch Patch
Each month, girls can collect items that will help them make a difference in their communities. Girl should take the time to Discover the needs of their community, connect with local agencies to provide donations, and Take Action by collecting the items needed. Encourage girls to continue to connect with local agencies to see what else they can do to make a difference beyond the activities in this patch program.
Year in the Life of Juliette Patch Program
Help us celebrate our founder Juliette Gordon Low with our Year in the Life of Juliette Patch Program! We'll have a new challenge every month, but you can do these patches any time and in any order! Check back to this page for the most updated list.
Questions? Contact Debbie.
Time with Tricia Patch
Meeting and talking to Girl Scouts is one of Patricia ("Tricia") Mellor's favorite parts of her job as GSGWM's Chief Executive Office. If you have a chance to chat with her at one of our major council events, she just might give you one of her very special "Time with Tricia" patches. Planning a trip to Council? Call ahead to see if you can schedule some "Time with Tricia" to earn your patch! Be prepared to talk about your Girl Scout experience and share any ideas that you may have.
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