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Girl Scouts

La Canada Flintridge

We are often looking for troops to volunteer when a request to lead a flag ceremony comes in.  Join our email list!  No commitment is required!

You can either visit our Flag Ceremony Google Group web page and request to be added, or you can send an email to the Service Unit Managers .

Opportunities for Flag Ceremonies

How to Lead a Flag Ceremony

Sign Your Troop Up to Volunteer

There are many opportunities for Girl Scouts to lead flag ceremonies:

  • School Board Meetings
  • Service Unit Leader Meetings
  • Troop Meetings
  • Girl Scout Ceremonies such as Bridging or the Gold/Silver/Bronze Award
  • LCF Girl Scout Day Camp

You can find many different kinds of examples of how to lead a flag ceremony online.  Just Google "girl scout flag ceremony guidelines".

One good place to start is the Girl Scout's own Ceremonies web page.

You can also find a primer below on the basics of leading a Flag Ceremony.

If you need any more help, don't hesitate to contact another leader in the Service Unit.  We would be happy to teach you!

A flag ceremony honors the American flag as the symbol of our country and all the hopes, dreams, and people it represents and demonstrates respect for the flag. 

Flag Ceremonies