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GS Bridging Ceremonies

Posted by: Website Admin on Wed, Jan 22, 2014

Celebrating an important transition - bridge reservation available

Bridging is an important transition in a Girl Scout's life. It's a defining moment when a girl becomes aware of her achievements and is ready for new adventures and responsibilities. Celebrating this change should be fun, personalized, and memorable for everyone involved. And most of all, it should be designed by the girls in true partnership with adults.

Bridging ceremonies usually take place at the beginning or end of the Girl Scout year and can have three parts:

  • Opening: guests are welcomed and the tone is set
  • Main Section: the ceremony is explained and the girls celebrate moving from one level to the next
  • Closing: girls can participate in friendship circles and thank their guests

Each of the ceremony's parts offers plenty of room for the girls' creativity and individuality. And whether the ceremony includes an actual bridge or a symbolic one, or if it includes props like candles, flowers, or flags, it should always focus on paying tribute to the girls as they move forward.

IF INTERESTED IN RESERVING THE SU72 BRIDGE, SEE ATTACHED BRIDGE SIGN UP FORM FOR AVAILABILITY.

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