The Golden Link Ceremony – (FREE PRINTABLE GUIDE)

The Golden Link Ceremony – (FREE PRINTABLE GUIDE)

The Golden Link Ceremony has been a tradition for Girl Scouts in our community for generations. This special event is an opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of the Scouts and serves as a reminder of the commitment to our Girl Scouting values.

This article provides a free printable guide that can help us organize the ceremony and make it more meaningful. We will provide ideas for decorations, music, and how to actually perform a Golden Link Ceremony.

First, it is important to understand the purpose of the Golden Link Ceremony. It is a way to honor the achievements of all Girl Scouts and recognize the importance of living the Girl Scout Promise and Law. We want to celebrate the accomplishments of our Girl Scouts with the power of the golden link.

Next, we will discuss the decorations for the ceremony. We can hang golden paper lanterns around the room, and also have a few potted plants or flowers in the center of the room. This will create a festive atmosphere for the ceremony.

For music, we can choose an instrumental version of the Girl Scout songs or other music that fits the theme of the ceremony. We want to make sure that the music is instrumental so that it won’t disrupt any of the words that are said during the ceremony.

The actual ceremony is quite simple. All of the Girl Scouts form a circle and hold hands. The Leader of the ceremony will then say a few words about living the Girl Scout Promise and Law and the importance of being a part of the Girl Scout family. Then, the Leader will pass the golden link around the circle. The golden link is a small chain that has a tag or charm with the Girl Scout symbol on it. Each Scout will take the link and pass it to the next person in the circle. This symbolizes the unity that is felt amongst the Scouts.

After the link is passed around, the Leader will once again say a few words and thank the Scouts for their hard work and dedication. The ceremony is then finished, and the Scouts can enjoy the refreshments and fellowship that comes with being part of the Girl Scouts.

This guide provides a great way to organize a meaningful golden link ceremony for your Girl Scouts. We hope that your Scouts have a great time celebrating their achievements and bond even more through the power of the golden link.

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