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An Overview of American Heritage Girls

The Who, What, When, Where and Why of AHG; this is meant to be shown by a live speaker -- some parts are self-explanatory, some are not.
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Karin S ~ AHG

on 29 April 2013

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Transcript of An Overview of American Heritage Girls

added to AHG Program Pathfinders Youngest , As an American Heritage Girl, I promise to be: 2001 2007 2004 An Overview: Who What When Where Why W H national character development organization
for young women
that embraces Christian values
and encourages family involvement AHG Vision American Heritage Girls is the premier Furthermore, AHG is... Christ-centered non-profit non-denominational nation-wide supported by a national office chartered by a local church, school, etc 1995 First troops start in West Chester, Ohio AHG Co-founder
Patty Garibay
writes I promise to love God,
Cherish my family,
Honor my country,
And serve in my community AHG Oath 1998 Committe creates AHG Creed Pure
Resourceful
Respectful
Responsible
Reverent Compassionate
Helpful
Honest
Loyal
Perseverant First troop outside Ohio: CA0158 Jaclyn Stacey
receives first
Stars & Stripes Award (comparable to Boy Scout Eagle Award) 5-6 years old & in kindergarten
Earns necklace beads for attendance, participation and verse memorization.
Learns about the four parts of Oath.
Receives Eliza Shirley Award at the end of the year. Pathfinder 6-9 years old & in 1st-3rd grade
Earns badges in the six Life Skills frontiers.
Receives a blue service star for every 5 hours of service.
Can earn the Sacagawea Award at the end of 3rd grade.
Can earn the “God and Me” PRAY Award (or other religious award) Tenderheart Pioneer Explorer Patriot 12-14 years old & in 7th-8th grade
Earns badges in the six Life Skills frontiers.
Receives a white service star for every 15 hours of service.
Can earn the Harriet Tubman Award at the end of 8th grade.
Can earn the “God and Church” PRAY Award (or other religious award)
Starts planning organizational events, taking on leadership positions, & more. 14-18 years old & in 9th-12th grade
Earns badges in the six Life Skills frontier.
Receives a service star for every 20 hours of service.
Can earn the Dolley Madison Level Award at the end of 10th grade or when she is at least 15 years old.
Can earn the Stars and Stripes Award, the highest honor in American Heritage Girls!
May serve on local Council’s Board of Trustees. 9-12 years old & in 4th-6th grade
Earns badges in the six Life Skills frontiers.
Receives a red service star for every 10 hours of service.
Can earn the Lewis and Clark Award at the end of 6th grade.
Can earn the “God and Family” PRAY Award (or other religious award) level, Second troop in Minnesota: MN0200 2010 2013 New
logo
is launched AHG
endorsed
by Dr. Dobson What does the AHG logo represent?
The AHG symbol is comprised of three distinct elements: A girl, the white guiding star (or cross) and a red arc.

The red arc is a representational element conveying the red stripe of the American flag. However, the strength of this symbol emanates from the white cross. The star and the girl are both rendered in white, representing purity.

The girl’s attention and reach is directed to the cross. The blue field, signifying perseverance and justice, encompasses the girl and appears to be extending from the red arc, representing the valor and sacrifice necessary to extend the reign of justice. Note that the cross is central in all of the activity.

The cross can also be viewed as a star and refers to the historic, Constitutional foundation of our country as the guide for future national progress.

All elements are contained in a circle. Although an apparently simple sign, the circle is a universal symbol rich in meaning. The circle has neither beginning nor end portraying both a never ending cycle (of leadership, fidelity and growth under God’s direction), and the hope of eternity. 16 troops
in MN 601 troops in USA 5-6 years old & in kindergarten
Earns necklace beads for attendance, participation and verse memorization.
Learns about the four parts of Oath.
Receives Eliza Shirley Award at the end of the year. Pathfinder 6-9 years old & in 1st-3rd grade
Earns badges in the six Life Skills frontiers.
Receives a blue service star for every 5 hours of service.
Can earn the Sacagawea Award at the end of 3rd grade.
Can earn the “God and Me” PRAY Award (or other religious award) Tenderheart Pioneer Explorer Patriot 12-14 years old & in 7th-8th grade
Earns badges in the six Life Skills frontiers.
Receives a white service star for every 15 hours of service.
Can earn the Harriet Tubman Award at the end of 8th grade.
Can earn the “God and Church” PRAY Award (or other religious award)
Starts planning organizational events, taking on leadership positions, & more. 14-18 years old & in 9th-12th grade
Earns badges in the six Life Skills frontier.
Receives a service star for every 20 hours of service.
Can earn the Dolley Madison Level Award at the end of 10th grade or when she is at least 15 years old.
Can earn the Stars and Stripes Award, the highest honor in American Heritage Girls!
May serve on local Council’s Board of Trustees. 9-12 years old & in 4th-6th grade
Earns badges in the six Life Skills frontiers.
Receives a red service star for every 10 hours of service.
Can earn the Lewis and Clark Award at the end of 6th grade.
Can earn the “God and Family” PRAY Award (or other religious award) 5-6 years old & in kindergarten
Earns necklace beads for attendance, participation and verse memorization.
Learns about the four parts of Oath.
Receives Eliza Shirley Award at the end of the year. Pathfinder 6-9 years old & in 1st-3rd grade
Earns badges in the six Life Skills frontiers.
Receives a blue service star for every 5 hours of service.
Can earn the Sacagawea Award at the end of 3rd grade.
Can earn the “God and Me” PRAY Award (or other religious award) Tenderheart Pioneer Explorer Patriot 12-14 years old & in 7th-8th grade
Earns badges in the six Life Skills frontiers.
Receives a white service star for every 15 hours of service.
Can earn the Harriet Tubman Award at the end of 8th grade.
Can earn the “God and Church” PRAY Award (or other religious award)
Starts planning organizational events, taking on leadership positions, & more. 14-18 years old & in 9th-12th grade
Earns badges in the six Life Skills frontier.
Receives a service star for every 20 hours of service.
Can earn the Dolley Madison Level Award at the end of 10th grade or when she is at least 15 years old.
Can earn the Stars and Stripes Award, the highest honor in American Heritage Girls!
May serve on local Council’s Board of Trustees. 9-12 years old & in 4th-6th grade
Earns badges in the six Life Skills frontiers.
Receives a red service star for every 10 hours of service.
Can earn the Lewis and Clark Award at the end of 6th grade.
Can earn the “God and Family” PRAY Award (or other religious award) http://prezi.com/h8xtsj5v8zf-/six-program-emphases-of-ahg/?kw=view-h8xtsj5v8zf-&rc=ref-27506773
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