Molly Martens, now 21 years of age, is one of three University of Southern California students on the winning team of this year’s ImagiNations Design Competition for the Disney Corporation. Her team beat out 175 others nationwide. The contest was … Continue reading
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As Girl Scouts commemorates its 100th anniversary, Bertha Milbank celebrated her 100th birthday in 2011. Bertha, also known as “Peanut,” is a long time children’s advocate for over 50 years and Girl Scout volunteer. Mrs. Milbank was only the ninth recipient of … Continue reading
How long were you a Girl Scout? Seven years, from elementary school into middle school. What did you learn from Girl Scouts that you have incorporated into your life today? My scouting experience helped provide the foundation for my personal … Continue reading
Old Cowtown pictures include the Maps to Marbles program for Brownie and the Lifestyles programs for Juniors.
Hutchinson Troop 50033 put on a carnival, a bake sale, and a silent auction at Hutch Fest earning money to go to New York.
The Tri-County Twister’s service unit (Hoxie, Hill City, Stockton, and Plainville) held their first Day Camp at Webster Scout camp on June 16th. There were 29 girls in attendance. They started the day with a flag ceremony, then on to … Continue reading
Victory Rock Service Unit hosted a National S’mores Day 100th Celebration in Ellis on Aug 11, 2012. Girls provided community service to the City of Ellis, completed skills challenges by participating in events to earn the WildLifer Challenge patch from Kansas Wildscapes. And, of course, Girl Scouts … Continue reading
by Shelly Prichard, CEO, Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland The business of Girl Scouting takes on many forms, and I was fortunate to participate in a multi-layered experience in Washington, D. C. in June. Every three years, Girl Scouts of … Continue reading
Beth Burke and Troop 50078 dish on DC! Girl Scout Cadet Troop 50078 from Larned Kansas went to Washington DC in June for the Girl Scouts’ 100TH anniversary party— “Rock the Mall.” It was estimated that there were up to … Continue reading