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Daisy Patch Programs

For information on the price of patches, please contact the council shop at 702.932.1915

International Observe The Moon Night

International Observe the Moon Night (InOMN, pronounced eye-nom) is a world-wide celebration of our nearest celestial neighbor, the moon! Each year in the fall, millions of people from around the world come together to view the moon. Learn about its diverse roles in culture, history, science and exploration.

InOMN Patch Documentation

Laura Ingalls Wilder Patch

This patch program was developed to encourage girls to think about the past. By exploring her story girls can lean about themselves and reflect on what stories they are making today, tomorrow and in the future.

Laura Ingalls Wilder Patch Documentation

March For Babies

March for Babies is a community-based fundraising event to educate the general public on the seriousness of preterm birth, celebrate all full-term and preterm babies and honor babies who passed away due to extreme prematurity or other health problems.

March For Babies Patch Documentation

Mental Health Awareness

The Mental Health Awareness Patch objectives are to educate Girl Scouts about the brain and its influence on thoughts, feelings, and behavior, and through that knowledge, increase awareness and understanding of mental illness.  Through education we can change perceptions and reduce the stigma of mental illness.

Mental Health Awareness Patch Documentation

Pride and Patriotism

This patch program enhances a feeling of patriotism in girls, while teaching the symbolism behind the US and state flags.

Pride and Patriotism Patch Documentation

American Girl History

This patch program was developed to encourage girls to learn about history in a way that directly relates to their lives.

American Girl History Documentation

Breast Cancer Awareness

All women are at risk for breast cancer.  It causes more deaths among women than any other form of cancer except lung cancer.  Breast cancer may be curable if  it is  are found early.  Since we don’t know what causes breast cancer or how to prevent it, the best protection is to detect it as early as possible.  The earlier young women learn to perform breast self examinations and about healthy lifestyles, the more likely it is that they will be able to detect changes in their breasts and seek medical attention.  As Girl Scout troops work on the patch, they will help educate their friends and family members.

Breast Cancer Awaresness Documentation

Home Means Nevada

This patch is designed to encourage exploration and discovery of this great state. The Nevada State Museum at Springs Preserve conducts programs to meet these requirements.

Home Means Nevada Documentation

Me And The World Around Me

To encourage girls of all ages to read more and write their own stories.  This patch program is also designed to increase girls’ awareness of distant friendships, family relationships and exploring new travel.

Me And The World Around Me Documentation

Recycle It

This patch is to increase awareness of the importance of recycling.  Did you know that the energy saved from one glass bottle will light a 100 watt light bulb for four hours?  Did you know that the United States throws away 2.5 million plastic bottles every hour?  With the threat of many environmental problems, recycling is necessary to help the world survive.  This patch will help you with the basics of recycling.

Recycle It Documentation

Green Thumb

This program is to encourage girls to become interested in the growing cycle and importance of plants.  Girls will enjoy learning about the process of preparation; planting and watching plants grow.

Green Thumb Documentation

Song Bird

Singing is a timeless activity in the Girl Scouts. This program is designed to get your troop interested in singing. This will also give you an opportunity to learn new songs and have the ability to teach others.

Song Bird Documentation

Me and My VIP

This patch is to stimulate family interest in and knowledge of the Girl Scout program.  It is designed to increase their understanding or the ways girls can benefit from Girl Scout experiences.  Families come in different sizes and forms.  “Family” most often refers to close relation such as mother father, sister, and brother.  However, this term also refers to other important people in a person’s life.  Great grandparents, grandparents, step-parents, foster parents, guardians, aunts, uncles, cousins and family friends may be a part of the family.  For the purpose of this program, family members may include any significant individual in her Girl Scout life.

Me and My VIP Documentation


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