Girl Scouts Of Montana And Wyoming
Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming have added four staff members.
Thanks to a grant from the Women’s Foundation of Montana, sisters Kyra and Kyla White are part of a Girl Scouts Lego robotics team in Billings.
Selling door-to-door isn’t always easy, but perseverance pays off.
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Girl Scout Bailey Zundel, 10, stacks boxes of Girl Scout cookies for Troop 2132 in the back of a moving truck as they pick up their order of 4900 boxes on Tuesday.
Girl Scout Bailey Zundel, 10, stacks boxes of Girl Scout cookies for Troop 2132 in the back of a moving truck as they pick up their order of 4900 boxes on Tuesday. According to Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming, Girl Scouts have sold 157,000 boxes of cookies in Yellowstone County, which wil…
Brownie troop leader Melinda Christiansen paints a shamrock on Jessica Painter before the St. Patrick's Day parade Saturday.
A robot named Nemonoid wheels toward a plastic crate and grabs it by snapping its thin metal arms. Then an angled conveyor belt inside the robot scoops racquetballs from the floor and spits them into the crate.
The Girl Scout robotics team, made up of teens from the Billings Career Center Engineering Club are, from left: Betsy Speare, Katie Maier, Emily Coobs, Ellen Studebaker, Leanne Williams, Corie Neugebauer and Sigrid McLean. The team works on their robot after school at the Career Center.
Corie Neugebauer, who picked up programming skills as part of the Girl Scout robotics team, tries to analyze a glitch with help from Billings Career Center teacher Karl Schwartz.
A robot designed and built by a team of Billings Girl Scouts who are involved in the Engineering Club at the Billings Career Center will head to the world championship FIRST Tech Challenge in St. Louis in April.
Sisters Addison and Caitlin Johns sell girl scout cookies on the first day of pre-sales.
Addison and Caitlin Johns, 8 and 6 years old, have this cookie selling thing down cold.
Morris was on the staff of the Girls Scouts’ Treasure Trails Council.
Girl Scouts once sewed their badges on the sleeves of their uniforms until sashes were introduced in the 1950s. Now many Scouts sew badges and insignia to vests.
Billings Girl Scouts show contemporary Scout uniforms. From left is Rachel Charney in her Daisy uniform, Luella Langlinais in her Brownie uniform, Sabrina Charney in her Junior uniform, and Miranda Fryer in her Senior uniform.
Brianna Sanford, left, and Abby Hardman wear vintage Girl Scout uniforms from the 1940s. Sanford wears a 1940s war-era uniform, and Hardman wears a 1948 Cadette-level uniform. They also have a hats, a shoulder bag and a scarf from the era.
Brianna Sanford models a 1930s pre-World War II Girl Scout uniform. Before sashes were introduced in the 1950s, Scouts sewed badges on to the sleeves of their uniforms. This was Juanita June Coleman Bolle’s uniform when she was a Scout in Belgrade.
Luella Langlinais shows off badges on her Girl Scout Brownie sash.
Rachel Charney shows off a Girl Scout Daisy necklace and petals she has earned doing activities.