Girl Scouts Become Change-Makers as they Tackle Mental Health in the Community

GSMW Blog,News stories — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ April 1, 2015
From GSUSA 3/31/15 Saint Clair, Missouri, a small rural community of 4,472 people located along Historic Route 66, is home to a group of dynamic young women who call themselves “Friends for Change.” In an effort to improve their community, the girls are working to create an arts program, and they recently built an outdoor […] Read more

Guest Post: A Message from Anna Maria Chávez

GSMW Blog,News stories — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ February 26, 2015
Anna Maria Chávez, CEO, Girl Scouts of the USA, has some exciting news to share about our commitment to ensuring all girls have access to the outdoors. Today, I had the incredible opportunity to join President Obama, Interior Secretary Sally Jewel, and other federal park officials in announcing a major new White House initiative to […] Read more

GSMW ROBOTICS TEAM TAKES 2ND AT STATE

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

Girl Scouts & Family Bonding

GSMW Blog,News stories — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ August 25, 2014
  Girl Scouts meetings are special for Jean Fluss and her two daughters: Annie, 8, and Alexis, 9. It’s a chance for them to spend some mother-daughter time, she said. Three years ago, when Annie was in kindergarten, she and her sister expressed an interest in Girl Scouts, and Fluss saw it as a chance to […] Read more

Meet Milly

GSMW Blog,News stories — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ July 22, 2014
Meet Milly: One of the Oldest Living Girl Scouts in the Nation by Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee Born in 1909, Mildred (Milly) Lawson Ellis has been alive longer than Girl Scouts has been around. As a child in Maryville, Missouri, Milly remembers first hearing about Girl Scouts and Juliette Gordon Low through an article in […] Read more

Rocket Girl Scout Breaks Barriers!

GSMW Blog,News stories,News stories — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ July 17, 2014
Actually, it IS rocket science. …And Girl Scouts can do that, too!   Eleven-year-old Mahlia Schneck from Girl Scouts of Connecticut, a double amputee and all-around science guru, wins “Reach for the Stars” national rocket competition, proving  that even the sky is no longer a limit for Girl Scouts     Mahlia will tell you […] Read more

REMEMBER TO POST YOUR PHOTOS!

GSMW Blog,News stories — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ April 21, 2014
Submit a photo (up to 4 photos) of your booth before April 20, 2014 (see more below). Extended to April 25th. Your photos will be posted on the GSMW Facebook page atwww.facebook.com/Girl.Scouts.BLINGyourBOOTHcontest. VOTE by “liking” your favorite photo.  ASK all your Family & Friends to “like” your entry! The photo/troop with the most “likes” will win a […] Read more

Looking for a GREAT summer JOB? Think about Girl Scouts! Summer CAMP positions are NOW HIRING!

GSMW Blog,News stories — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ April 21, 2014
GREAT OPPORTUNITY! Looking for a GREAT summer JOB? Think about Girl Scouts! Summer CAMP positions are NOW HIRING! NOW OPEN! Seasonal Summer Camp Employment with Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming! Summer Camp Staff Are: • Interested in the outdoors • A positive role model • Appreciate a rustic setting • Enjoy games and activities […] Read more

Girl Scout alumna, help solve gridlock

Events,GSMW Blog,News stories — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ October 18, 2013
For the second time in three years, America was brought to the brink of financial default by hyper-partisanship in Washington. Yet, even as the political divide between the leaders of the two parties in Congress widened, shutting down our government and threatening the stability of our economy, women from both sides of the aisle stepped […] Read more

Barbie…Be Anything, Do Everything

Events,GSMW Blog,News stories — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ October 17, 2013
CAREER EXPLORATION PROGRAM-Billings Grades K-3 November 19, 2013 5:45pm-6:45pm Girl Scouts welcomes girls in K-3rd grades to an inspiring night of career exploration and fun. Girls can aspire to be anything and do everything! Mattel has sponsored this event to show girls all the opportunities that lay ahead of them. Rocky Mountain College Aviation instructors […] Read more