What Are SWAPS?
“Special Whatchamacallits Affectionately Pinned Somewhere” or “Shared With A Pal.” For some Girl Scouts, it's one of the best parts about Girl Scouting. Make them, share them and collect them!
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The History of SWAPS
At the first National Girl Scout Round-Up in 1956 the term “swap” was introduced on a national level by GSUSA in what was called the “Swap Tent” where Girl Scouts friends exchanged personal mementoes. Today Girl Scouts of all ages enjoy sharing SWAPS at national, regional, and local Girl Scout Council events.
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