Girl Scout Brownie Wings show that a girl has completed her years as a Brownie. She is ready to "fly up" to Junior Girl Scouting. This is a tradition that goes back to when Girl Scout Brownie leaders were called Brown Owls.
The Wings are worn on the Junior sash or vest, centered horizontally directly under the Junior Aid Award, or if she does not have that, directly under the Bridge to Junior Award. The Brownie Wings are warn on the Cadette, Senior and Ambassador vest or sash directly under the Membership Stars and Personalized ID pin. The Brownie Girl Scout Wings are often given at year end ceremonies.
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