Scouts Are Invited to Earn a Limited-Edition Ranger Patch –


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By DullesMoms, July 2020


In partnership with the National Park Service (NPS), Girl Scouts is excited to offer the opportunity for girls to earn a limited-edition, commemorative Ranger patch.

The NPS Ranger Program is an activity-based program conducted in almost all parks. The program’s motto is to protect parks, continue to learn about parks, and for kids to share their own Ranger story with friends and family. In a collaboration between the NPS and Girl Scouts, there is also the Girl Scout Ranger Program — a joint venture connecting girls with the National Park Service at sites throughout the US, including monuments, seashores, and urban sites.

This year, girls will be awarded a limited-edition, 2020 commemorative patch for participating in activities focusing on the significance of the 19th Amendment. This special program will offer pathways to learn about women’s history and the suffrage movement through discovering, connecting, and taking action to make the world a better place.

To get started, Scouts can take 3 easy steps, including:

1. Choose a national park service site or explore online.
2. Answer questions, conduct research, and get outdoors.
3. Unlock your limited-edition patch.

Learn more and get the details here.

Learn More


Important Disclaimer: This opportunity is curated from a public source and subject to changes and/or cancelations that might not be reflected above. Always call to confirm before participating.


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