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February 27, 2021


2/17/2021 2:30:00 PM
The Girl Scout Cookie Program is underway!
Photo: Twelve-year-old Gaia is participating in the Girl Scout Cookie  Program and also working toward the Girl Scout Silver Award, the highest  award at the Cadette (middle school) level. Her Silver project involves  converting vintage Girl Scout photos and documents to digital format to  help preserve the history of the Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida  Council. Gaia is a member of Englewood’s Troop 607.
Photo: Twelve-year-old Gaia is participating in the Girl Scout Cookie Program and also working toward the Girl Scout Silver Award, the highest award at the Cadette (middle school) level. Her Silver project involves converting vintage Girl Scout photos and documents to digital format to help preserve the history of the Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida Council. Gaia is a member of Englewood’s Troop 607.

New for 2021, the Gulfcoast Council is looking for businesses, organizations, and individuals to surprise area troops by buying out the complete inventory of a cookie booth or becoming a major product program donor by purchasing 100 or more boxes of cookies. Customers may also purchase cookies to be donated to “Hometown Heroes.” Local Girl Scouts will deliver donated cookies to essential workers and veterans and partner with Support Our Troops®, who will ensure that cookies are delivered to deployed military personnel. “We’re asking for support from the communities we serve in order to overcome the challenges our troops are facing this cookie season due to the ongoing pandemic,” said council CEO Mary Anne Servian. To arrange a cookie booth buyout or for more information, contact Kelly McGraw at kmcgraw@gsgcf.org or 921•5358 ext. 318. The GS Cookie Program runs through Saturday, March 21, with preorders currently underway and cookie booth sales beginning Friday, February 19. To locate a cookie booth, enter a zip code at www.girlscoutcookies.org.







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