Announcing the 100th Anniversary Troop

Council & National Events,GSMW Blog,News stories,Opportunities — Tags: — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ March 12, 2012
Today is a special day, and Girl Scouting also has reason to celebrate—it was on this day in 1912 that Girl Scouts was founded. In the 100 years since Juliette Gordon Low began the Girl Scout movement, Girl Scouts has grown into an organization with 3.2 million members and 50 million alumnae. To celebrate this […] Read more

Special anniversary participation patch announced

Council & National Events,GSMW Blog — Tags: — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ October 27, 2011
Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming’s first 100th Anniversary celebratory event is taking place in just a few weeks in Helena. For girls attending, a special participation patch–created by a Girl Scout–is available. Girls attending any 100th anniversary event will receive a participation patch and matching candle. Collect all six candles for a complete set! […] Read more

Girls bust stereotypes through the aMUSE Journey

Council & National Events,GSMW Blog — Tags: , , , — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ October 5, 2011
Just like any good story, girls’ lives are filled with excitement, drama, laughs, adventures, setbacks, and triumphs. Through the My Culture, My Story, My Pride: It’s Your Story—Tell It Day Camp, held this summer in Browning, Pablo, and Hardin, Montana, girls in grades 3-5 got a chance to explore their own stories, and the stories […] Read more

Join the Juliette Low’s Birthday-in-a-Box Project!

Council & National Events,GSMW Blog — Tags: , — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ October 3, 2011
How do you plan to celebrate the birthday of Juliette Low, who founded Girl Scouts nearly 100 years ago? A troop of Girl Scouts in Kansas are celebrating her October 31 birthday with a service project that has gone nationwide: “Birthday-In-A-Box.” Troops in more than 35 states are participating, and the Kansas Girl Scouts that […] Read more

Girl Scouts host open house in Gillette

Council & National Events,GSMW Blog — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ September 20, 2011
Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming invites the public to an open house to celebrate our new location in Gillette at 804 E. Fourth St., Suite 2, from 3 – 6 p.m. on Thursday, September 22. Enjoy free refreshments and learn more about how the Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who […] Read more

Girl Scouts honors 28-year career at open house and retirement party

Council & National Events,GSMW Blog — Tags: , — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ September 13, 2011
Join Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming in celebration of the 28-year Girl Scout career of Lynette Robbins at an Open House and Retirement Party on Tuesday, September 20. The public is invited to attend the celebration from noon – 2 p.m. at the Great Falls Service Center, 4930 Ninth Avenue South. Come meet the […] Read more

100th Anniversary trips announced

Council & National Events,GSMW Blog — Tags: , , — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ July 25, 2011
Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming is excited to announce two travel opportunities for the 100th Anniversary celebrations of Girl Scouting. Please check out the following links for information on a girl’s trip and an alumnae/volunteer trip package: Girl Scouts Rock the Mall event 100th Anniversary Sing-Along on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Alumnae/volunteer […] Read more

2011 Kick-Off dates announced

Mark your calendars for GSMW’s 2011 Kick-Offs and Fall Start-Up training. We will be discussing the Magazine and Nut Program as well as discussing details on the upcoming Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting. The dates are as follows (starting at 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted): Montana 8/8/2011 Bozeman 8/9/2011 Butte 8/10/2011 Helena 8/11/2011 Kalispell 8/15/2011 […] Read more

My Culture, My Story, My Pride: It’s Your Story-Tell It Day Camps

Council & National Events,GSMW Blog — Tags: , , , — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ May 17, 2011
Think of all the roles you play every day. You’re a girl, a student, and you may also be a singer, writer, athlete, chef, money manager, tech whiz, painter, or fashion stylist. But there’s still so much more to your story! What other roles do you want to try? This journey called aMUSE is all […] Read more

Summer program opportunities in Yellowstone

Council & National Events,GSMW Blog — Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming @ May 2, 2011
The Ecology Project International (EPI) is currently enrolling students finishing eighth grade through graduating seniors to participate in the Yellowstone Ecology Program, designed specifically for students living in and around the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. A reduced price in tuition is offered for students living in Montana and Wyoming. The following course dates are available, and […] Read more