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Program Kits

We also offer a wide variety of program kits for ready-to-go Girl Scout meetings and events. Use the Program Kit Reservation Form to reserve a kit. Contact if you have questions.

One Easy Payment
Pay only the per girl fee with reservation. No fee for adults. No deposit is needed.
NOTE: Kit materials not returned by the due date are subject to late fee/replacement cost charge.

Historic Uniforms Grades K-12

Take a step back in time and experience what the uniforms of early Girl Scouts were like. Includes several uniforms from the early days of Girl Scouting and a leader guide. Cost is $2 per girl or $25 per Service Unit.

Program Aide Grades 6-8

A Program Aide is a Girl Scout Cadette who uses leadership skills to share her interests and experiences with younger girls in a troop, event, or camp setting. Girl Scout volunteers, you can conduct a Program Aide training for your troop or service unit by using the materials below. You can either print them and put together your own training packet or you can check out the ready made materials as a kit for $3 per girl. Each kit includes a facilitator’s guide, laminated resource cards for activities, and color copies of the Leadership Log for each girl to keep. Please fill out Program Kit Reservation Form above to reserve a PA kit.

The Cadette Program Aide pin is earned through the following steps:

  • Earn one LiA (Leader in Action) award.
  • Complete council-designed leadership course training (i.e. the manuals above).
  • Work directly with younger girls over six activity sessions. This might be assisting with a local Daisy or Brownie troop, helping out at a council event, or assisting at day camp.

Patch Programs

Fun and educational learning tools for troops/groups, each based on a specific topic.

Individually registered girls also can work on patch programs. Patch programs come in a wide array of topics, so there is definitely something for everyone to try. Once completed, patches, which are worn on the back of the uniform, can be purchased in the Girl Scout Shops.

Pen Pal Application Grades K-12

Since Girl Scouting is all about sisterhood, why not get to know a Girl Scout troop from  another state? You can exchange letters, send packages, support each other through a Journey, or even plan to camp together! Applications are accepted year-round, but matches are easier to find in the fall and winter months.

Complete Pen Pal Application


Super Troop Grades K-12

Bring girls, volunteers, and families together to build a Super Girl Scout troop!

 2015 Super Troop Badge

Feed The Heartland Grades K-12

During Girl Scout Week and/or through the entire year, Girl Scouts can participate in a food related service project! Order form is required for patch purchase.


Families of the Heartland Grades K-12

Girl Scouts and their families working together! Families learn how they can strengthen the troop as well as make the Girl Scout experience fantastic for their daughter and the entire troop. Order form required for patch purchase.


Get In the Game Grades K-12

The Get in the Game Patch Program objective is to increase girls’ participation in sports, healthy living, and fitness activities so that girls develop positive,lifelong habits in sports and fitness. When complete submit the form to the GS store.


Citizen Scientist

Did you know you can help with scientific research right from your home? By doing so, you can become a Citizen Scientist! In this patch program you will choose and complete a project important to you. Many projects will help you fulfill part of a Badge or Journey for your Girl Scout level. After you complete your project, purchase the patch from our Girl Scout Shop!


Citizen Scientist Patch for web

Darby Creek

The purpose of this patch program is to educate Girl Scouts about the ecological significance of The Big Darby Creek and to encourage them to participate in activities that preserve and protect the portion of the creek that is adjacent to Camp Ken Jockety.

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Moon Patch

Camp overnight in an outdoor setting, and receive your Moon Patch.

Moon Patch Design2015


Discover Ohio’s wildflowers, where they grow, and journal your progress.

Daisy – Brownie Requirements

Junior – Cadette Requirements


YEA Toes

The You’re Environmentally Aware! (YEA!) Toe program helps girls learn more about their environmental surroundings. YEA! Toe program overview and game.


Let’s Get Growing

Learn about growing a garden, nutrition, and fitness in this patch program.


Geocaching Patch Program

New to Geocaching?  Set-up a pick-a-program at any of our camps to get the basics down.  GPS units are available for check out through the council.

For more information about Geocaching contact Chris Rehs-Dupin at

Free Being Me

GSUSA, in partnership with the World Association of Girl Guide and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) and Dove, has introduced Free Being Me, a global leadership program developed to give girls a safe place to strengthen their self-confidence. Using the It’s Your Story-Tell It! Journeys, together with the Free Being Me curriculum, girls explore issues of beauty and body confidence and build their leadership skills.

Each girl who completes the Free Being Me program and take action project is eligible to receive a complimentary patch. To receive your patch(es), contact Amanda Buchert at