Journey Through Girl Scouting – Cody!

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Girls form a congo line while dancing to 50s and 60s music during Cody's Journey Through Girl Scouting.

Two hundred Girl Scouts gathered together in Cody this past weekend to continue the Journey through 100 years of Girl Scouting!

Girl Scouts rocked their way through the 1950s and 1960s. Era-themed activities included microwavable 3-2-1 ice-cream cupcakes, “Money House” Game Show, Sharpie tie-dye bandanas, and a ‘Charlotte’s Web’ web making. Girls also learned how to make their own bubblegum, playdough, and root beer.

Bettie Marie Daniels (a Lifetime Member of Girl Scouting) teaches girls how to make homemade root beer!

Girl Scouts danced around the clock in their best poodle skirts at their very own sock hop. The sleepover continued with popcorn and “Herbie, the Love Bug,” a popular drive in movie of the era.

Jean Harm concluded our Cody Birthday Party the following morning by leading us all in a Girl Scouts Own – “What was your favorite thing about the Cody event?”

A special Thank You to Sandy Luthy, who was the lead on the Cody Journey Through Girl Scouting. This event could not have been done without her and all the volunteers who gave their time to building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

On to Missoula July 13 – 15! Watch the website for details to be announced!