Girl Scouts are known for their eight cookie recipes, Do-si-dos, Toffee-tatic, Savannah Smiles, S'mores, Tagalongs, Trefoils, Thin Mints and Samoas.
The 101st year of Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland kicks off the next century of female entrepreneurs and the 2018 Girl Scout cookie season. Councils use cookie earnings to power fantastic experiences for girls through their programming, while girls and their troops decide how to invest in impactful community projects, personal enrichment opportunities, and more. The program focuses on five skills: goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics, which all have aspects that are essential to leadership, success and life. Cookies will be sold through March 4. Different councils across the United States begin cookie sales and presales at different times.More news: Airtel Broadband Users Can Avail Free Amazon Prime Membership for One Year
Girl Scouts will be showing off their cookie-selling skills by participating in booths (starting Jan 19), door-to-door sales, cookie drive-thrus and digital sales through March 4.
The Girl Scouts Cookie Program is about more than just great-tasting cookies. In 1935, the Girl Scout cookie first started appearing on cookie boxes and commercial bakers helped to meet growing demands in 1936 with cookie sales going coast to coast in the U.S. in 1937.More news: Rob Lowe schools Bella Thorne after insensitive traffic tweet
All of the proceeds from a local council's cookie activities remain in the area where the cookies are sold.
Almost 1 million Girl Scouts participate in the cookie program each year, generating almost $800 million in sales during the average season.More news: Equity indices surge to new highs on global cues, buying support