The Great Falls' Girl Scouts of America club has brought a little worldly culture to the electric city. All of the Cascade County Girl Scout Troops met at the Moose Lodge in Black Eagle to help bring world awareness though their troop projects. Girls from Kindergarten through High School level made food that was native to a country they researched. For a mere two dollars, members of the public could sample the food specific to other countries.
"We are having thinking days which is a day where troops create a poster about another country that is part of the world association of Girl Scouts and girl guide and you find information about what they do for Girl Scouts, what their culture is like, what they eat," says Sierra Rutledge.
The Girl Scouts of Cascade County are always looking for new members and are always happy to welcome any girls who would like to join.