Outdoor Girl Sponsored by Girl Scouts of MC
Posted by Sharlene (+1210) 8 years ago
When: Saturday, August 10, 2013 (1 night)

Where: Miles City KOA Campground, 1 Palmer Street, Miles City

Checkin: 2pm Pickup: 11am August 11th
Fee: $10.00 per girl/adult

New girls can register for the 2013-2014 year at this time. ($15 registration fee)

Activities: You will learn how to make a vagabond stove, buddy burner, prepare your own meals, learn about water filtration and sing camp songs.

Contact: Sharlene Wallace: 853-0337 for a registration form.
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Posted by Amorette F. Allison (+1916) 8 years ago
I know how to make a vagabond stove and buddy burner! Handy knowledge to have.
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Posted by Sharlene (+1210) 8 years ago
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Posted by Ann Johnson (+29) 8 years ago
9 yr old granddaughter wants to be a girl scout,is this something she can attend and join,need any info you can supply as to what we do.
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Posted by Sharlene (+1210) 8 years ago
Yes she can attend.

Stop in at 8 North 9th Street to pick up a registration form or I can mail it to you.

Give me a call at 853-0337 and we can discuss more details.
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Posted by Sharlene (+1210) 8 years ago
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Posted by Sharlene (+1210) 8 years ago
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Posted by Sharlene (+1210) 8 years ago
Happening this Saturday, August 10.

Give Sharlene Wallace a call to get your registration form and camp list.

What a great way to learn what Girl Scouts is all about.
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Posted by Sharlene (+1210) 8 years ago
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Posted by Sharlene (+1210) 8 years ago
Today is the day to come see us and find out what girl scouts is all about.

2pm at KOA
$10 per person
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Posted by Sharlene (+1210) 8 years ago
What a great time we had. We had 20 girls show up with 5-6 of them new girl scouts.

It was a wonderful time had by all girls including a kindergartner and first grader who had never did a camping trip.

KOA Kampground in Miles City were the best people. From the time we started this adventure to the checkout this morning, they were so accomodating and our girls were curtious to the staff and other campers that were staying there. We met people from Utah and Massachusetts.

The girls enjoyed sleeping in tents and singing along at the campfire. We handed out SWAPS and WOW books to all who participated.

Thank you to Sharon from the STAR who came out and took pictures of our event. We hope to see it in the paper soon!
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