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February 4, 2023


1/19/2023 9:55:00 AM
Girl Scout Cookie Season Arrives: Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth and Support a Good Cause
Photo: Violet, on left, displays her leadership skills as she shows  younger Girl Scouts how to set up and run a Girl Scout Cookie booth.  Violet is in sixth grade and a Girl Scout Cadette. The other girls  pictured are Rylee, Cali, Sammi, Hayley, Abby, and Lola.
Photo: Violet, on left, displays her leadership skills as she shows younger Girl Scouts how to set up and run a Girl Scout Cookie booth. Violet is in sixth grade and a Girl Scout Cadette. The other girls pictured are Rylee, Cali, Sammi, Hayley, Abby, and Lola.

Girl Scout Cookies will arrive in Englewood on Sunday, January 29th. After a short time for delivery of pre-ordered cookies, sales will take place at “cookie booths” outside stores on select dates from February 4 through March 6. Don’t miss out on all your favorites: Adventurefuls, Do-Si-Dos, Girl Scout S’mores, Lemon-Ups, Samoas, Tagalongs, Thin Mints, Toffee-Tastic, and Trefoils. Besides buying for themselves, customers may purchase cookies to be donated to “Hometown Heroes”. All proceeds stay within the local area to help local troops carry out their activities.






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