Troop Crest Meanings
Bluebird: Traditional symbol of
happiness and cheerfulness.
Cardinal: Known for its song, good cheer and bright color, at home in the city or in the wild.
Clover Leaf: Traditional symbol of good luck: also the shape of the girl scout trefoil.
Daffodil: Spring flower, symbol of sunny personality.
Dogwood: New life, rebirth, a spring flowering tree.
Falling Star: Symbol of good luck--makes wishes come true.
Forget-Me-Not: Long standing symbol of friendship and loyalty.
Hawaiian Lei: Symbol of circle of friendship.
Lightning: Symbol of power in nature.
Lily of the Valley: Symbol of purity---in folk-lore, it is known as Fairy Bells.
Morning Glory: Symbol of awakening a new day.
Music Notes: International symbol of music and song.
Pine Tree: Symbol of boldness, loyalty, and stability.
Purple Pansy: Also known as :Hears-Ease+ACI- stands for service and friendship.
Purple Violet: Symbolic today of a clean environment and a clean earth.
Red Rose: The All American flower, symbol of beauty and love.
Sailboat: Symbolizes freedom on the wind and adventurous journey.
Seashell: A promise of discovery-a gift from the sea.
Star of Bethlehem: A guide beacon that shows the way, a goal.
Unicorn: A symbol of magic, mystery and purity.
Waterfall: A symbol of the Royal House of Stuart---it stands for loyalty and challenge, (It was also the crest of the first troop in Savannah, GA.)
White Rose: Symbol of faith and loyalty and the quest for truth.
Wild Rose: Perseverance and adaptability even in the face of adversity, beauty in strength, and exploring the possibilities.