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Golden Friendship Badge Witchita Area Girl Scout Council
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Complete all eight activities.
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Purpose:
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To learn about older adults in your community.
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____1. Observe senior citizens in your community. Make a list of their activities and compare it to your parents’ activities.
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____2. Learn these new terms about aging:
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Gerontology
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Geriatrics
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Senior Center Intergenerational activities Home­delivered meal Area agency on agency
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____3. Collect pictures of children from different generations. Compare their clothing, hairstyles and toys with those of your age group.
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____4. Make a new friend (or become a better friend) with a senior citizen by sharing yourself. Do one of the following activities together:
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Prepare and eat a meal
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Play a game (cards, dominoes, or video) Shop for food or household items
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Share a scrapbook or life stories
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____5. Do three of the following activities to help a senior citizen:
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Bathe and groom a pet
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Do simple yard work
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Make a useful kitchen aid
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Help obtain information on aging services Do small household chores
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Make a holiday decoration other than Christmas Celebrate a birthday with a homemade gift
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Run errands
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Be an escort to church or a special event
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Send at least three greeting cards on special occasions or holidays
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____6. Find out what activities retired workers do in your community volunteer work, clubs, gardening, etc. What do you expect to do when you retire?
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____7. Learn what services are available to senior citizens in your community. How do these services help older adults?
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____8. Find out about four people, of today or in the past, who had their greatest accomplishments after age 65.[[Category:Girl Scout Juniors]]

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Our Own Council’s

Golden Friendship Badge Witchita Area Girl Scout Council

Complete all eight activities.

Purpose: To learn about older adults in your community.

____1. Observe senior citizens in your community. Make a list of their activities and compare it to your parents’ activities.

____2. Learn these new terms about aging:

Gerontology Geriatrics Senior Center Intergenerational activities Home­delivered meal Area agency on agency

____3. Collect pictures of children from different generations. Compare their clothing, hairstyles and toys with those of your age group.

____4. Make a new friend (or become a better friend) with a senior citizen by sharing yourself. Do one of the following activities together:

Prepare and eat a meal Play a game (cards, dominoes, or video) Shop for food or household items Share a scrapbook or life stories

____5. Do three of the following activities to help a senior citizen:

Bathe and groom a pet Do simple yard work Make a useful kitchen aid Help obtain information on aging services Do small household chores

Make a holiday decoration other than Christmas Celebrate a birthday with a homemade gift Run errands

http://web.archive.org/web/20050108164515/http://hometown.aol.com/GSMomJoann/goldenfriendshipbadge.html 1/2

12/31/2014 web.archive.org/web/20050108164515/http://hometown.aol.com/GSMomJoann/goldenfriendshipbadge.html

Be an escort to church or a special event Send at least three greeting cards on special occasions or holidays

____6. Find out what activities retired workers do in your community volunteer work, clubs, gardening, etc. What do you expect to do when you retire?

____7. Learn what services are available to senior citizens in your community. How do these services help older adults?

____8. Find out about four people, of today or in the past, who had their greatest accomplishments after age 65.