Cheers to outstanding volunteers!

GSMW Blog,News stories,Recognition — Tags: — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ May 24, 2011
Each year, Girl Scouts formally recognizes those Girl Scout adult members whose accomplishments are significant. Awarded recognitions provide the means to acknowledge individuals for their unique and outstanding service. At the 2011 Annual Meeting, Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming recognized its outstanding adult volunteers with awards. Awards presented included the Outstanding Volunteer Recognition (given […] Read more

A journey of 1,000,000 pennies to Japan

GSMW Blog,News stories — Tags: — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ March 28, 2011
Second grade Girl Scout Elizabeth has started a blog titled 1,000,000 Pennies for Girl Scouts of Japan. She is trying to collect one million pennies by her birthday in April to be donated to the Girl Scouts of Japan. In the process of helping aid Japan in their relief efforts after the devastating earthquake and […] Read more

Sheridan Girl Scout troop creates mini quilt to wrap moon rocket

GSMW Blog,News stories — Tags: — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ March 8, 2011
As part of a collaborative public art project, Girl Scout troops across the country, including Girl Scout Troop 1334 from Sheridan, Wyo., participated in the Dream Rocket Project launched by International Fiber Collaborative, Inc. Each troop selected a theme to express on a section of the rocket’s wrapping. Girl Scout Troop 1334 created “Signs of […] Read more

Girl Scout troop leader brings Scouting overseas

GSMW Blog,News stories — Tags: , , — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ January 18, 2011
(Article by Sharon Krug of the Laurel Outlook) A Laurel woman has stretched her Girl Scout leadership skills from one hemisphere to the other. Wife, mom, deployed soldier and passionate Girl Scout troop leader is the mixed bag of labels describing Sgt. Jade Wisecup. Right now, the Laurel mom is fulfilling a tour of service […] Read more