Nowadays the girl scouts are one of the most popular organizations for all of us adults to get our sweet tooth fix one time a year. Cause if it were more than one time a year, I'd have a serious health issue for how many cookies I'd be buying from them.
In order to provide more girls’ access to the Girl Scout Experience, Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming (GSMW) will be holding an in-house recruitment on Wednesday, May 20th at the Casper office of 428 S. Durbin Suite 102.
Girl Scouts is dedicated to building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place and in a girl’s journey through life she gains those qualities
It's Girl Scout cookie season. You'll find adorable girls in full gear selling boxes of thin mints, samoas and others in front of grocery stores and at their moms' work places. There is one trick that I'll buy cookies every time. It's an old trick, but the reason people do this is because it works. Here's what you do:
Learn the history of Girl Scouts, while you snack on cookies and browse through crafts, Sunday, June 1st, at 2pm. Fort Caspar Museum invites everyone to come and enjoy this educational and informational program.
Fort Casper Museum will host the University of Wyoming's American Heritage Center's photo exhibit titled,"Japanese-American Girl Scouts at Heart Mountain Relocation Center 1942-1945." It will be on display through June 8, 2014.
The record for Girl Scout cookie sales never crossed my mind until I ran across the story of Katie Francis. Katie is an Oklahoma City middle school student and the national top seller of Girl Scout cookies.
State lawmakers in Indiana were recently presented with a resolution to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts organization and honor the positive influence the group has had on American women. Representative Bob Morris, a Republican from Fort Wayne, was the only representative to refuse to sign, citing a belief that the Girl Scouts is a “radicalized organization.”