Want to get your kid involved in a program that provides them opportunities to get outdoors, overcome challenges, and discover new things? Parents and girls are invited to learn about the Girl Scouts this Saturday.

During the seminar, you can learn how the Girl Scouts promote compassion, confidence,  and leadership through activities involving camping, community service, and working to acquire practical skills by earning badges.

Parents must register for the in-person event this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at The Commons at Journey Church at 1794 E Baxter Lane in Bozeman.

If you can't make the in-person event this weekend you can learn about the Girl Scouts in a virtual seminar. You can learn all about the program from the comfort of your own home while connecting with a local staff person online on Monday from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The Girl Scouts is a long time American youth organization that started back in 1912. Once part of the Girl Scouts, your young girl will "have endless opportunities to get outdoors, inspiring her to seek adventures and overcome challenges so she can create her own success—whatever that looks like to her. She’ll discover who she is, what she’s passionate about, and what she wants to achieve—both today and in the future."

Already interested? You can join over 10,000 young girls and adult members and join the Girl Scouts of Montana & Wyoming right online. Become a Girl Scout online by using the button below.


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