Girl Scout Cookie sales mark 100th year

Girl Scout Cookie sales mark 100th year

Girl Scout Cookie sales mark 100th year

Very soon, you'll see Girl Scouts in your neighborhood or at cookie booths asking for your support.

"I think they're one of the best cookies out there and I think that they're going to. fly off our tables in front of the grocery stores", said Tina Schumacher, who helps lead a Girl Scout troop in Highland.

Many people ask how exactly the money is distributed. Cookie sales officially kicked off January 29.

Girl Scouts from Frederick and Clarke counties and West Virginia's Hampshire County came to the site to pick up their cookies. From there, the cookies will be delivered to customers or sold at booths in front of various stores in the region, including Lowe's and Walmart.

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Local Girl Scouts, Daisies, Brownies and Juniors - different age groups of the organization - took cookie orders from December through January, then arranged to pick them up on Saturday.

Nutrition: Made with no artificial colors, no high fructose corn syrup, no hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils, and no GMOs.

You can also call the "Cookie Hotline" in New Orleans at 504.733.8220 to find Scouts near you who are selling cookies and they'd be happy to sell you "S'more!" of their delicious cookies. "Consumers will be delighted when they open a box of Girl Scouts Thin Mints or Caramel Crunch cereal and smell and taste their favorite flavors". She is the Girl Scouts Cadette Troop Leader 40781.

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