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Early Bird/Spring Registration…
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Online Early Bird registration deadline is June 30, 2013.
- Every girl registering during the Early Bird/Spring Registration will receive a unique online Early Bird Patch.
- Your troop will receive $5.00 in council coupons for each girl registering during the Early Bird/Spring Registration online process through eBiz. Entire troops may be registered online, or parents may complete the online registration process for their daughter individually. Either way – your troop will still receive credit for all registrations attached to your troop!
For troops choosing to register with paper forms, girls will receive a unique Early Bird/Spring Registration patch and the troop will receive $3.00 in council coupons for each girl registering. Paper registrations must be received at council headquarters by June 30, 2013 to qualify.
July 1 – August 2, 2013:
All girls registering between July 1 and August 2, either online or with a paper registration will receive the Early Bird/Spring Registration patch only.
Patches and coupons will be distributed to troop leaders at Fall Kickoffs in August. Dates and locations to be announced soon!
Girl Scouts of the USA is no longer creating printed Spring Registration membership forms in an effort to “go green” to eliminate waste. Links to register online are at eBiz and paper forms may be found and printed at Join Now.
If you have problems or questions, please contact our HELP DESK.
Annual membership dues are $15.00 for the 2014 membership year.
The Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming made history!
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The American Indian Scouting Association is bringing their 55th Annual Seminar to Riverton, WY, July 20 – 24, 2013. The purpose of AISA is to help youth recognize their talents and capabilities through Girl Scouts so they can serve their own communities. The organization also helps adult volunteers develop their talents through Girl Scouts to better serve American Indian youth. The event is open to both adults and Girl Scouts ages 12 – 17. Come and meet girls from many different tribes and cultures and learn to appreciate the wide differences of people of Indian heritage. Registration details can be found at www.amerindscouting.org.
To view daily news for the girls of Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming, click on the GSMW Facebook feed on the right side of this page. Montana and Wyoming Troops – remember to post your troop news! We want to see what good you are doing to make the world a better place! May 29, 2013
Same web-address… just a new look. Let us know if you are able to find what you need. Do you like what you see? Did we forget a detail? Thank you for your feedback… we’d love to hear from you! April 7, 2013
Girl Scout Troop 1508 saw a photo of the children who are in the orphanage making hearts with their hands and wanted to send the same message back. News link with photo CLICK HERE Sixteen Casper Girl Scouts decided to do something really different with the profits from their cookie sales this year. The girls ... April 5, 2013
One option for 2013 Annual Meeting in Billings… We have a block of rooms reserved with the Clocktower Inn for both nights at a rate of $81.00. This rate will be available until April 4. The motel may be reached at 1-800-628-9081 or online at www.bwclocktowerinn.com. The Clocktower Inn is about 4 blocks from the ... March 30, 2013