2016 Annual Meeting information

Events,GSMW Blog,News stories,Uncategorized — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ October 1, 2015
SAVE THE DATE!  2016 Annual Meeting – April 21st, 2016 6:00 pm  Please consider becoming a delegate for the 2016 GSMW’s Annual Business Meeting.  This year offers a unique opportunity in that the meeting will be held via a webinar format. After examining past results, options and costs, Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming’s Board of […] Read more

Let’s Get Every Fourth-Grade Girl Scout into a Park!

Uncategorized — Kristi Osterlund @ September 9, 2015
From GSUSA Blog On September 1, the National Park Service kicked off its Every Kid in a Park initiative, designed to encourage kids and their families to visit one of our country’s many national parks, historical sites, or national monuments. With Girl Scouts’ goal of getting more girls outside more often and in more engaging […] Read more

5 Reasons Juliette Gordon Low Should be the Face on #TheNew10

Events,GSMW Blog — Kristi Osterlund @ August 12, 2015
From GSUSA Blog- August 6, 2015 Calling all Girl Scouts: The $10 bill is getting a makeover and we need you to help us convince the U.S. Department of the Treasury to choose Girl Scouts’ founder Juliette Gordon Low to appear on the new $10 bill. Last month Treasury Secretary Jack Lew announced that a […] Read more

Outdoor Safety Tips: Poisonous Plants

GSMW Blog — Kristi Osterlund @ July 17, 2015
Friday, July 17, 2015 From GS Blog Summertime is full of adventure, with endless options for getting outside. For those who enjoy exploring the great outdoors, safety is especially key. As you make your way through the wilderness (or just your own backyard) be mindful not only toprotect our precious planet, but also yourself! There […] Read more

Get Outside: It’s Great Outdoors Month!

Uncategorized — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ June 1, 2015
Guest Blog Post by GSUSA – June 1, 2015 Who loves the outdoors? We do! Girl Scouts have been enjoying the outdoors for more than a century, ever since Juliette Gordon Low assembled the first troop of girls in 1912. From the start, getting to know the outdoors through adventure and physical play, exploring the […] Read more

Girl Scouts’ Robotics Team Heading To California

GSMW Blog,News stories — Tags: , , — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ May 13, 2015
Five Girl Scouts from Billings are heading to Carlsbad, California this week to compete at the First Lego League (FLL) Open Championship at LEGOLAND, May 15-17. FIRST® LEGO® League introduces young people, grades 4-8, to the fun and excitement of science, technology, mathematics and engineering (STEM). Teams program an autonomous robot (using a LEGO MINDSTORMS® robot set) […] Read more

Girl Scouts Partners with National Park Service

Events,GSMW Blog — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ May 4, 2015
Saturday, May 2, 2015–GSUSA Blog Girl Scouts is excited to announce a partnership with the National Park Service to launch the “Girl Scout Ranger Program,” a joint venture connecting girls with National Park Service sites throughout the United States, including monuments, seashores, and urban sites. Through the program, girls can participate in a variety of […] Read more


GSMW Blog,News stories — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ February 11, 2015
Congratulations to GIRL POWER who took SECOND PLACE at Montana State’s FIRST® LEGO® League Championship Tournament in Bozeman on Saturday, January 31! Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming is a proud sponsor of GIRL POWER and three other all-girl teams: Loca 4 Learning, Girls on Fire, and Robot Rockets. The coach for Girl Power, Michael […] Read more


Uncategorized — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ January 29, 2015
January 29, 2015—Billings, MT—More than sixty teams will be competing at Montana State’s FIRST® LEGO® League Championship Tournament in Bozeman on Saturday, January 31 at Shroyer Gym.  Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming is proud to sponsor four teams which are all girls. Girl Scouts introduces girls of every age to science, technology, engineering, and […] Read more