For nearly a century, Girl Scouts have sung to celebrate life, bridge cultural boundaries, and affirm our guiding principles.
We have sung to tell stories, to unite us as a community, to teach, and to bring every one of us joy through the power of pure silliness.
On Friday, November 19, Girl Scouts from across Montana and Wyoming gathered at the Montana State Capitol in Helena to kick off the council’s 100 year celebrations! Songs filled the capitol and honored Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low and the work she began for us all.
Download a PDF of the collectable songbook that was provided.
Celebrations continue through 2012 in Casper (Jan 28 – 29), Billings (March 30 – 31), Cody (April 21- 22), Missoula (July 13 – 15), and end in Cheyenne for a closing sing-along at the Wyoming State Capitol (dates TBA).
Check out photos from the Journey Through Girl Scouting: 1912 – 1931, which took place later that day at the Kleffner Ranch just outside of Helena.