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  • GIRL SCOUT SPONSORED TEAMS TO COMPETE AT FIRST® LEGO® LEAGUE TOURNAMENT
    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 […] January 29, 2015
  • Three Things To Do on World Thinking Day
    From GSblog Friday, January 23, 2015 Three Things You Can Do on World Thinking Day When you’re a Girl Scout, you’re part of something much bigger than just your troop or group. Your “network” stretches across your state, throughout the nation, and to more than 150 countries in the world where Girl Scouts or Girl […] January 23, 2015
  • The Evolution of Girl Scout Cookies, From Grandma’s Kitchen to Your iPhone
    By Laura Stampler for TIME @LauraStampler Jan. 16, 2015 Plus, why you shouldn’t be upset if your favorite cookie’s name gets changed Kelly Parisi, chief communications executive for the Girl Scouts of the USA, is in shock. “I can’t even talk to you anymore!” she squeals after hearing that I, a self-proclaimed Thin Mints loyalist, […] January 20, 2015
  • Do You Remember These 15 Discontinued Girl Scout Cookies?
    Story By Abbey Stone for MentalFloss  IMAGE CREDIT: CHLOE EFFRON FOR MENTAL_FLOSS It’s been nearly 100 years since the Girl Scouts of America sold their first cookies—which the troopers and their moms made from scratch in their kitchens and wrapped in wax paper—for 25 to 35 cents per dozen. And since then, the Girl Scouts have built a […] January 16, 2015
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