Multilevel Troop 6202 joined the Piscataway Indians at Jefferson Patterson Park in Calvert County, Maryland to celebrate the culture and heritage of this local tribe.For Adults
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GIRL SCOUTING BUILDS GIRLS OF COURAGE, CONFIDENCE, AND CHARACTER, WHO MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE.

Be Prepared Emergency Preparedness Patch Program

Do you know what to do in an emergency situation? The Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital, in partnership with FEMA's Citizen Corps, is proud to present the brand-new Emergency Preparedness Patch Program, designed to equip Girl Scouts with skills to protect their families, friends and communities when disaster strikes. The Emergency Preparedness Patch program prepares Girl Scouts to:

  • Identify local risks and potential emergencies
  • Connect with local community service agencies
  • Understand hazards and appropriate protective actions
  • Learn local alerts and warning systems
  • Prepare themselves and their family
  • Deal with emotional responses to an emergency
  • Discover how to get trained and become involved in community emergency planning
  • Explore additional resources

Download the activity booklet to find out how you can discover, connect and take action to make your communities safer and more prepared for emergencies!

The History of Girls Scouts and Preparedness

Encouraging girls to take preventive steps and actions toward being safe has always been a priority for the Girl Scout movement. "Be Prepared" is our organization's motto, and as far back as the 1917 edition of the Handbook for Girl Scouts, girls were asked to write articles to share information about the spread of insect-borne diseases, learn how to use a fire alarm and be knowledgeable on other topics of public health and safety.

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