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GSCC patch programs are shown below. The Citrus Council Cultural Patch and Program Center Environmental Patch programs are only available from Girl Scouts of Citrus Council and should be provided to you in your troop and/or Service Unit libraries. If you do not have access to a copy of these programs they may be downloaded by clicking on the title. If you need additional information, on any of the patches please contact the GSCC Program Team at firstname.lastname@example.org, unless otherwise indicated.
In keeping with the council’s goal of pluralism, this patch program was designed to provide the opportunity for girls to gain an insight into the African American Culture and it’s contribution to society. Learn about several important African Nations, history of the culture, popular traditions, and activities. Learn the impact that African Americans such as Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, Zora Neale Hurston, and Oprah Winfrey have made in our country.
This exciting patch program was designed to help girls take a trip to the Orient, without ever leaving home. These fun-filled and informative activities will help girls gain knowledge, awareness, and understanding of Asian-Americans and their cultures and traditions. Explore the uniqueness of Japan, India, China, and Thailand.
This patch program will give you great appreciation for the beautiful Hispanic culture. Learn how to make a piñata, cook authentic Hispanic food, explore the music and dance, and enjoy traditional Hispanic games.
Explore the traditions, food, beautiful arts and crafts and the history of the first Americans — the Native Americans. Learn about famous Native American Indians and how they’ve made important contributions to the world we live in today.
Learn about Zora Neale Hurston and other African-American authors. This patch was developed in conjunction with the annual Zora Neale Hurston Festival that is held in Eatonville, Florida each January.
Amanda the Armadillo — Mah-Kah-Wee Program Center environmental program
Beatrice the Butterfly — Celia Lane Little House environmental program
Eleanor the Egret — Melbourne Scout House environmental program
Our Council’s Own patch for all age levels to help girls learn about healthy food and those that may not have as much food as they have.
Are you interested in learning more about the history of Girl Scouts and Juliette Low? The “Traveling Trunks” contain a variety of handbooks, uniforms and a guidebook full of activities that a troop can do to complete this Juliette’s Legacy patch. We hope that troops will enjoy delving deeper into the history of Girl Scouting as we plan for the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts. The “trunks” will be available for checkout at the Council Service Center. There is a $10 per “trunk” fee to borrow one of the “Traveling Trunks.” A $20 deposit is required that will returned when the “trunk” is returned on time and complete. To check out one of the “Traveling Trunks” or for more information, contact Sherry McMaster, Resources and Communications Manager, at 407-896-4475, ext. 1210 or email@example.com.
The Citrus Council Cultural Patch and Program Center Environmental Patch programs are only available from Girl Scouts of Citrus Council and should be provided to you in your troop and/or Service Unit libraries. If you do not have access to a copy of these programs they may be downloaded by clicking on the title. If you need additional information, please contact the GSCC Program Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.