Girl Scouts to hold events to let those not involved learn more about them
Billings, MT (Release) - Girl Scouts is a way of life that brings out the best in young girls and, in turn, helps bring out the best in everyone around them.
Parents and girls are invited to participate in free events designed for both girls and their parents/guardians to learn about Girl Scouts. Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming (GSMW) is holding in-person events across the council as well as virtual ones in order to better accommodate the busy schedules of today’s families.
Events, dates, and times can be found at www.gsmw.org/scoop.
The in-person events have an Animal Dance Party theme where girls will learn about insects and animals, their movements and how different they can be. At GSMW’s virtual events, Robot Building Parties, girls will learn about robots and imagine building their own robot.
While girls complete different tasks, parents and guardians will learn how Girl Scouts helps girls to become their best, most resilient selves—ready to take on the world in their own unique way. These events are free to all local girls who are not currently Girl Scouts. Events are limited to 50 and precautions against COVID-19 will be taken.
The goal of Girl Scouts is to provide an environment where girls are welcomed, supported, and encouraged to try new things—no matter how big or small. At Girl Scouts, we don’t focus on perfection—we focus on her potential.
Those unable to attend these events can still register to become a Girl Scout at www.gsmw.org.
In addition to providing in-person programming when and where possible, GSMW is also providing numerous virtual Girl Scout experiences as well. All opportunities can be found at www.gsmw.org/events.
GSMW’s current membership is more than 10,000 girl and adult members. National membership in the Girl Scouts of the USA is 2.5 million.
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