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Cadettes

Traditional Girl Scout Membership Pin
Cadette Girl Scout Silver Award

Cadette Girl Scout Leadership Pin
World Association Pin




Age or Grade
11-14 years old or sixth, seventh, eighth, or ninth grade



Form of Troop Government
Patrol System, town meeting or executive board



More Recognitions
Interest Project patches
Leader-in-Training pin
Counselor in Training pin
From Dreams to Reality Patch
Religious recognitions
American Indian Youth Certificate and Award
Cadette Girl Scout Challenge Pin
Bridge to Senior Girl Socuts patch



Events and Activities
Council and National Wider Opportunity Events
Older Girl Area and Regional Planning Board Committee
Program Aides



Girl Scouts use ceremonies to help express themselves and celebrate events. Here is a ceremony known as the "International Flame Ceremony".

(1st Girl)
Girl Scouts Come From Many Lands
All With Smiles And Helping Hands
Though They Speak A Different Way
The Law And Promise They Obey

(2nd Girl)
I light the BLACK candle in friendship for all the black skinned Scouts and Guides in the world.
Watch the flame closely please.

(3rd Girl)
I light the Red candle in friendship for all the red skinned Girl Scouts and Guides in the world.
Watch the flame closely please.

(4th Girl)
I light the WHITE candle in friendship for all the white skinned Girl Scouts and Guides in the world.
Watch the flame closely please.

(5th Girl)
I light the YELLOW candle in friendship for all the yellow skinned Girl Scouts and Guides in the world.
Watch the flame closely please.


(1st Girl)
Have you noticed that the light from one candle is the same as the others, even though the outside coloring is different on each one?
The culture of the nations varies from one to another. This is necessary but we all have basic needs. We wish to be recognized, to be called by name, and to be loved.
Continents and oceans are easily spanned; telestar orbits, bringing the world to us. Let us all strive each day to highlight the ideals of international friendship and understanding.
Let's close by saying together the Girl Scout Promise and singing "Girl Scouts Together"
(Source: Black Diamond GS Council)



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