Department E: Girl Scouts


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  1. All participants must be currently registered with the Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital.
  2. All exhibits must be the exhibitor’s own completed badge work of the current Girl Scout year (October 2014 to Present).
  3. One entry per section. Food items must be covered with plastic wrap and placed on paper plates.
  4. Poster should be no bigger than 14” x 22” and Tri Fold Display Boards not to exceed 36” x 48”.
  5. Individual entries must be labeled with Girl Scout’s name, age, grade, Girl Scout level, troop number and section participating.
  6. Troop exhibit must be labeled with Troop number and Girl Scout level along with a list of the members and the grade and age ranges.
  7. All entries must be pre-registered with the Berkeley County Youth Fair via on-line registration by June 1, 2017

GIRL SCOUT EXHIBITS

Section I – Daisy

  1. Troop Entry – Highlight Service Project that incorporates the fair theme.

Section II – Brownies

  1. Individual entries – Show work done to earn the Pets Badge incorporating the fair theme.
  2. Troop Entry – Show work done to earn the Pets Badge incorporating the fair theme.

Section III – Juniors

  1. Individual entries – Show work done to earn Animal Habitat Badge incorporating the fair theme.
  2. Troop Entry – Show work done to earn Animal Habitat Badge incorporating the fair theme.

Section IV – Cadettes

  1. Individual entries – Show work done to earn Animal Helpers Badge incorporating the fair theme.
  2. Troop Entry – Show work done to earn Animal Helpers Badge incorporating the fair theme.

Section IV –Seniors/Ambassadors

  1. Individual entries – Show work done to earn any badge/Journey they have worked on this year or to highlight their work on the Gold Star or Silver Trefoil Award.
  2. Troop Entry – Show work done to earn any badge/Journey they have worked on this year.