Man, Betty White is everywhere these days, and it’s not just the entertainment industry that has caught on to her gigantic comeback.  The U.S. Forest Service has made White an honorary ranger, in a ceremony  in Washington earlier this week.

White says this makes up for when she wanted to be a ranger as a little girl, but at the time women were not allowed to take the job.  The actress was given a ranger’s hat and a little stuffed version of Smokey the Bear to take home with her.  White was not in town specifically to become a ranger, though – she later attended Tina Fey’s Mark Twain Prize ceremony.



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