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Ages 10-18 can earn:
- Attendance (palm frond) – Released in 1913 How Girls Can Help Their Country
- Attendance (gold/silver stars) – In 1917 How Girls Can Help Their Country
Retired as a badge in 1925.
Membership pins continued from 1926 to current day.
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1913 How Girls Can Help Their Country
Attend 100% of all meetings for one year of membership.
1917 How Girls Can Help Their Country
These were still sewn on, but the stars were made of metal, with flaps to sew on the uniform.
- Attend 100% of all meetings for one year of membership (no excuses) for Gold Membership Star.
- Attend 90% of all meetings (excused absences allows) for Silver Membership Star.
Bronze Star Added for Brownies who had only 1 or less excused absences from all meetings. Retired in 1936.
Brownie Petals hung on the Brownie Pin for each year girl was a Brownie.
Attendance requirement was dropped, and Membership Stars were awarded each year you were a Girl Scout.
Color disks for behind the Membership Stars was given. Each color represented what level of Girl Scouts you were for the year you received the Membership Pin. These same colors are used today, as Daisies and Ambassadors were assigned a color when that level was created.
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