S'mores have long been a staple around the campfire, but did you know this delicious treat is rooted in Girl Scout history? That's right!
The first-known recorded S’more recipe was the “Some More” recipe published in the 1927 Girl Scouts of the USA handbook, “Tramping and Trailing with the Girl Scouts.”
Monday, Aug. 10 is National S’mores Day, and to celebrate, all K-12 girls and their families are invited to make their own tasty S’more with Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland!
Girls and their families are invited to enjoy the traditional marshmallow, chocolatey graham-cracker goodness during Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland’s National S’mores Day event from 5 to 7 p.m. Aug. 10 at the Wichita Girl Scout Office, 360 Lexington Rd. in Wichita.
During this free come-and-go event, girls and their families can also enjoy hot dogs; visit the Girl Scout Shop; meet Miss Kansas Hannah Wagner, a proud Girl Scout alumna; and learn more about Girl Scouts and its mission of building courage, confidence and character in girls.
Plus, all K-12 girls who sign up for Girl Scouts online by Sept. 1 will be automatically entered into a drawing to win tickets to the Ta...