Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri welcomes the participation of all girls and adults and will make reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities.
In Girl Scouts, girls develop courage, character, and self-esteem. Through council patch programs, Girl Scouts follow requirements that link them with local organizations and resources, helping them develop a lasting sense of responsibility and accountability to their communities.
The Economize Energy patch program is designed to help girls learn to use resources wisely and to protect and improve the world around them.
The purpose of this patch program is to increase adult involvement in Girl Scout Troop Activities. Girl Scouts of all levels may participate in this program.
Hands on Banking
Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri is excited to partner with Wells Fargo to offer the Hands on Banking Patch Program. Wells Fargo is focused on providing girls the resources to set goals and become financially responsible when earning and managing money.
Meet Me in St. Louis
The purpose of the patch program for Girl Scout Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors is to provide an opportunity for in-depth exploration of the heritage and culture of the greater St. Louis area.
Juliette Low World
Participating in the JLWFF patch program is designed to increase girls' awareness of international issues.
Paddle Wheels and Wagon
The purpose of the patch program for Girl Scout Juniors is to explore the unique history and heritage within our Council's jurisdiction and its impact on each girl's community.
The purpose of the patch program for Girl Scout Brownies is to explore the unique history and heritage within our Council's jurisdiction and its impact on each girl's community.
The purpose of this patch program for Girl Scout "Superstar Troop" is designed to fit comfortably into a troop's yearly plan of Girl Scout activities such as the cookie program, bridging, April Showers and service projects.