What are Girl Scouts called in Greece?

What are Girl Scouts called in Greece?

Greek Guiding Association

What does the Girl Scout logo mean?

Member Login. GIRL SCOUT TREFOIL. “Trefoil” means three leaves. Each leaf in the traditional or contemporary Girl Scout trefoil stands for a part of the Girl Scout Promise – 1) to serve God and my country, 2) to help people at all times, and 3) to live by the Girl Scout Law.

Can I use the Girl Scout logo?

No. Almost all photos, illustrations, and text on this site are copyrighted by Girl Scouts of the USA and require permission for use, even on a Girl Scout council site. Some material are copyrighted by third parties and may not be available for use.

Why do Girl Scouts hold up 3 fingers?

Girl Scout Sign: Girl Scouts make the Girl Scout sign—raising three fingers of the right hand with the thumb holding down the pinky—when they say the Girl Scout Promise. The three fingers represent the three parts of the Promise.

Why do Cubs say Dib Dib Dib?

Etymology. Short for do your best. dyb (or dib) and dob were used as abbreviated forms of do your best and do our best in certain Scout chants.

Are Girl Scouts a religious organization?

Celebrating Spirituality and Faith So while we are a secular organization, Girl Scouts has always encouraged girls to take spiritual journeys via their faiths’ religious recognitions.

WHAT DOES A Scout is loyal mean?

From the Scout Handbook – “A Scout is loyal. A Scout is true to his family, friends, Scout leaders, school, and nation.” Loyalty means to be faithful. When we say a Scout is Loyal, it means he remains steadfast in his adherence to what is right.

What does it mean for a Scout to be kind?

““Be aware of how you treat people who are younger, smaller, or less able than yourself. Lead by setting a good example. Respect others and help them succeed. If you know someone is being hazed or bullied, stand up for what is right by defend- ing them.”

What are the four points of the Scout Law?

The heart of the Scout Law is Helpful, Friendly, Courteous and Kind. All the points of the Law are equally important and vitally important to Scouting. These four points, however, define the basics of how we interact with each other in the Scout Troop.

How can a scout be trustworthy?

  1. A Scout is Trustworthy. Trustworthiness means avoiding any sort of lies, large or small.
  2. A Scout is Loyal. Loyalty means being there for those who’ve supported you.
  3. A Scout is Helpful.
  4. A Scout is Friendly.
  5. A Scout is Courteous.
  6. A Scout is Kind.
  7. A Scout is Obedient.
  8. A Scout is Cheerful.

What are the three parts of the Scout Oath?

The three promises of the Scout Oath are, therefore:

  • Duty to God and country,
  • Duty to other people, and.
  • Duty to self.

Can non scouts go to Philmont?

A crew can be all adults even, but you must have a minimum of five. You can go out on your own in the Valle Vidal area. While the Scouts do have several staffed camps there, it is National Forest and open to dispersed camping.

How many scouts have died at Philmont?

In the last 10 years, at least 46 Boy Scouts, adult leaders or guests have died during Boy Scout outings, including four this year, according to a search of news accounts and public records.

How many scouts visit Philmont each year?

Today, 23,000 participants attend Philmont Scout Ranch each summer. Philmont’s individual programs welcome an even wider range of participants. Hundreds more Scouters attend Philmont’s Autumn Adventure and Winter Adventure programs each year.

What rank do you have to be to go to Philmont?

Philmont Trek and Cavalcade participants must be 14 years of age OR be at least 13 years of age and completed the 8th grade prior to participation.

How many miles do you hike at Philmont?

A typical Philmont trek lasts 12 days and covers anywhere from 56 miles (90 km) to 106 miles (171 km).

What tents does Philmont use?

The MSR Thunder Ridge™ Tent Exclusively designed for the Philmont Scout Ranch, the MSR Thunder Ridge 2-person tent is a heavy-duty, 3-season shelter built to handle the rigors of aggressive use in the demanding weather and rugged terrain of the Philmont tenure.

Can you bring your own tent to Philmont?

Philmont will provide tents. If you have a quality backpacking tent you may bring it for consideration. All crew gear and food will be provided. You do not need to bring any extra food.

How cold does it get at Philmont?

o Prevent: Philmont’s dry desert climate can reach temperatures above 100o F, and drop close to freezing temperatures at night in higher elevations. It is important that hikers at Philmont be prepared with appropriate equipment and anticipate the potential for extreme temperatures.

How many Litres is a Philmont?


VOLUME (Liters) 39 – 56L 42 – 60L
VOLUME (Cubic Inches) 2400 – 3400 2550 – 3650
WEIGHT 2 lbs. 9.2 oz. (With S/M hip belt) 2 lbs. 11.2 oz. (With M/L hip belt)
DIMENSIONS (LxWxD) 28.5″ x 13 “x 10” 30″ x 13″ x 10″

How do I survive Philmont?

It is quite simple: plan your gear load carefully BEFORE THE TRIP and practice carrying it yourself, and don’t forget the 4 liters of water and several pounds of Philmont food! Tip 8: Always be positive with the boys. Put a positive spin on EVERYTHING (except illness or injury).

How dangerous is Philmont?

Other accident possibilities include injuries from tripping and falling, motor vehicle accidents, worsening of underlying medical conditions such as diabetes or asthma, incidents, heart attacks, heat exhaustion, and falls from horses. Philmont’s trails are steep and rocky.

What do you do at Philmont?

Come experience Philmont with your entire family! With a wide selection of activities, there is something for everyone! We offer daily hikes, climbing, craft center, shooting sports, horseback riding, fishing, and so much more!

How much water can I bring to Philmont?

5 liters is a safe number. You can probably get away with just 4 liters and still have extra water (keep in mind that you will need some water for the dehydrated meals).

What does Philmont food weigh?

Hello, IIRC the food weights are about 2 pounds for lunches and slightly less (somewhere from 1.5 to 2) for breakfast and dinners. There is some variability depending on what is in each meal.

What is the best sleeping bag for backpacking?

Best Sleeping Bags

  • REI Co-op Magma 15 & 30
  • Western Mountaineering Alpinlite 20°
  • Enlightened Equipment Revelation Quilt 10°
  • Feathered Friends Egret UL 20° & Swallow UL 20°
  • Kelty Cosmic Down 20°
  • REI Joule 21 & Igneo 17.
  • REI Co-Op Magma Trail Quilt 30°
  • Marmot Trestles Elite Eco 20.