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Girls Scouts from around the country to have a reason to celebrate being strong and courageous young women. Peek at the Girl Scout patches revealed for this year’s Disney Youth Programs.


Both Walt Disney World and Disneyland are celebrating Girls Scouts in honor of National Girl Scout Day (March 12th). Beginning this spring, every Girl Scout that participates in a Disney Youth Education Series will receive a collectible patch. Besides earning a patch, they’ll also create long-lasting memories knowing they’re creating a strong impact on their future.



Two patches are available this year. The first features the fearless Gamora from Guardians of the Galaxy. The second patch features the courageous Rey from Star Wars. Girls Scouts completing a Disney Youth Education Series will receive the Gamora patch, which is exclusive to Walt Disney World. The Rey patch will be available at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort.

Celebrate Girl Scouts weekends are open to individual Girls Scouts and Troops only at the Disneyland Resort. This event takes place select dates throughout April, May, and June of 2019. Not only are the Girls Scouts bonding, but they’ll have the opportunity to make the Parks their classroom.


Girl Scout Patches Revealed for this Year’s Disney Youth Programs

The goal for the bi-coastal programs and Celebrate Girl Scouts, is to allow the girls the opportunity to create long-lasting friendships. During the programs, the Girls Scouts can expect to learn about fun and exciting topics. Topics such as applied science, environmental studies, liberal arts, and leadership development will be discussed.

If your troop is interested in experiencing the Disney Parks together, check out Disney Youth Education Series programs available on both coasts. Check online as well for Celebrate Girl Scouts weekends at the Disneyland Resort. Lastly, what does your Scout think about the new Girl Scout patches revealed for this year’s Disney Youth Programs?

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