About GSNMT Council Patches
Council Patches are patches that are unique to the Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails. And Girl Scouts of every age can earn these Council patches. These patches give Girl Scouts the opportunity to discover topics that are specific and unique to our council, connect with others, and take action in their community.
Girl Scouts who meet the grade level requirements can earn a council patch by working with a group, with a troop, or on their own. These patches are a fun and educational way to learn more about the many landmarks and locations throughout our council. Learn more about our council patches and their requirements by checking back here every month for our patch of the month OR by clicking here to see all of the GSNMT Council Patches
MARCH PATCH OF THE MONTH
Together, we can walk around the world! Each girl, adult volunteer or staff member can wear a pedometer to keep track of her daily steps. In celebration of healthy living, our goal, as a team, is to walk to the home of Juliette Gordon Low and birthplace of American Girl Scouting in Savannah -- and beyond to the four Girl Scout/Girl Guide World Centers!