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 Girl Scout Brownies who are in second and third grades (around ages 7-9) can earn triangular shaped Brownie Leadership Journey Awards and National Proficiency Badges. Their uniform consists of a brown vest or sash which may be worn with a white shirt and khaki bottoms or with an official Girl Scout Brownie uniform. The Girl Scout Membership Star is worn with green membership disks,and they wear the Girl Scout Brownie Membership Pin.GS Brownies use the Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting for Brownies and the National Leadership Journeys to work on badges and activities. Girl Scout Brownies may earn the Bridge to Girl Scout Juniors Award and the Girl Scout Brownie Safety Award.Unlike some of the other levels, the name Brownie is commonly used with Girl Scout/Girl Guide organizations around the world and has its origin from Brownies in the British Girl Guides.to show proof and for further discussion. For more information, call Bryan Truzzie at 751-4946 or email him at truzzieb@chesterfield.gov

More Information by calling the Chesterfield County Parks and Recreation Department. (contact Bryan Truzzie, 751-4946 or truzzieb@chesterfield.gov)      




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Chesterfield County Historic Sites - Historic Eppington



EppingtonThe Plantation sits a mile above the Appomattox River on a level ridge in southwestern Chesterfield County.  It is probably the best known of the Chesterfield plantations.  This exceptional beautiful structure is a late eighteenth-century house built by Francis Eppes VI. Architectural historians consider the house with its 2 1/2-story, hipped-roof central block and one-story hipped-roof wings unique among early Virginia dwellings.  It is a �high-style� type of architecture with wood frame construction and weatherboard sheathing.  It has a modified hall-parlor plan of its main block and has dormer windows.  Its brick foundation, hipped roof, three part neo-Palladian elevations, symmetrical fa�ade, and complex total floor plan set it apart from most other local houses of the period.  It has a wood shingle roof, plastered interior walls, random width pine floor panels and six raised panel doors. 


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