Man, Betty White is everywhere these days, and it’s not just the entertainment industry that has caught on to her gigantic comeback. Â The U.S. Forest Service has made White an honorary ranger, in a ceremony Â 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. Â The actress was given a ranger’s hat and a little stuffed version of Smokey the Bear to take home with her. Â White was not in town specifically to become a ranger, though – she later attended Tina Fey’s Mark Twain Prize ceremony.