Results tagged “cookies” from Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama
Simone is a Girl Scout Junior in Troop 9151 and is excited about earning money to go on a troop trip with her friends by selling cookies. She feels that going on trips with a group of her friends would not be possible if she did not sell cookies. Simone says, "When you sell cookies, you get to tell people what you think. It gives you courage to ask questions and be out with other people."
Simone has set a cookie goal of 2,000 boxes which will earn her the pearl pendant necklace that she admires. She didn't meet her 2,000 boxes goal last year. But says she wants to challenge herself again this year because "you never know what you can do until you do it."Simone loves earning patches and says that girls should appreciate their patches. This year, she wants to supply cookies to military troops by earning the Cookie Share patch saying, "It's a good thing for the world because when you are nice the niceness spreads."
Cookie sales are a good way to give young girls the foundation to be outgoing and wonderful sales persons. It gave me confidence because it pushed me to go up to people and ask if they wanted to buy my product. Now that I am 11 (almost 12) I am very outgoing. Also, I find it fun to yell out "Girl Scout cookies for sale!".
Spending time with friends at cookie booths is always a blast, but my favorite part is that it helps out a charity with the donations that we receive. Our Troop for example, Troop 9192, is donating to our Senior Center. So it proves to those very few who think that Girl Scouts don't really help out our community like we say, that we really do help our community. How many kids can say that they have been a tremendous help to the community? A few, but Girl Scouts do it all of the time!
Hello, my name is Cheyenne and I am a Cadet Girl Scout and Press Rep. I am going to talk about Girl Scout cookies. My favorites are Caramel Delights, Lemonades and Thanks-a-Lots. I guess I love them because I love chocolaty, soft, melt-in-your-mouth kind of cookies. Lemonade cookies bring summer-like comfort to winter and spring.
I also love selling Girl Scout cookies! Before cookie sales start, we go to classes about how to count money, count back change, make deposits and keep track of how much we sold. This also helps in school math classes. But that's not all... I love to interact with people. We always greet our customers with a big smile. A smile can make people very happy just like OUR COOKIES can. So stay happy and enjoy!
When selling cookies, there has to be a way for people to know cookies are being sold. A few ways are telling friends and asking them to spread the word, sending out emails, and making signs and putting the signs on a vehicle . These marketing techniques should help boost your cookie sale rate.
Hi! My name is Brittany and I am in Troop 8056 in Mobile, AL. I am going to tell you about the Girl Scout cookies that we are selling this year.
My favorite Girl Scout cookie is the Shout Out because it is so yummy and delicious. I know that if you try them you will say they're yummy too. The first Girl Scout cookie was the Shortbread. I have tried the shortbread cookie and it is good. My troop used a recipe and made the first original cookie. My sister and I burned our cookies. The next one is the Thin Mint. I love them because if you freeze them they are yummy. The next cookie is the Caramel DeLite. I like them so much because they has so much coconut. My dad and I love to sit on the couch and eat them with a glass of milk. The next cookie is the Peanut Butter Patty. I don't like these very much but my sister Brianna LOVES them. She said they taste like a Reese's peanut butter cup. There is also a Peanut Butter Sandwich. The Thanks-A-Lot cookie is good and if you don't know how to say thank you, get a package of these and it says thank you in five different languages. I love the Lemonades also. They are good to eat with a glass of cold milk too.
I like selling Girl Scout cookies because I get to meet new people. I like going to different places to sell cookies. My favorite part of selling Girl Scout cookies is the fun stuff my troop gets to do with the money and the cute prizes that I earn. I also get to go to camp with the money that I get from cookies that I sell.
Last year, I sold over 2,000 boxes of cookies. This year, I am going to sell that many cookies because I want to go to 2 weeks of camp. The thing I like about Girl Scouts is earning patches and going places. I love Girl Scouts! It's fun!
Over the span of ten years being a Girl Scout, I have many special memories dedicated to selling and of course eating Girl Scout cookies!
My all-time favorite cookies are the Peanut Butter Patties. My reason being, not only because of its soft chocolaty outside and its peanut butter covered crispy vanilla cookie on the inside, but also the experiences associated with this one cookie. The first campouts with my troop, our cookie selling booths at the flea market, the fun nights associated to "trying the products" with Mrs. Libby's delicious pink lemonade to find our favorites during our meetings, and the telling of my experiences to younger girls now that I am a senior.
Ever since the 1930's when the first cookies were sold, Girl Scouts across the world can now take pride, leadership, and dedication not just to win a cool beach towel or an MP3 player but to spread the happiness and joy of being a Girl Scout through a small box of scrumptious Peanut Butter Patties.
Hi! My name is Susan. I'm a Cadette Girl Scout in Troop 9204. Last summer, my troop went on a big trip to Atlanta, Georgia with our cookie money. Earlier last year, we voted on what we would do with the cookie money. Would we give our share of the money to the council and bring home cool prizes, or would we keep our share and go on a big trip? We voted to go on a trip.
At the beginning of summer vacation, my mom and I woke up early one morning. We got dressed and packed our bags. We were ready to go to Atlanta, Georgia. My troop met up in a church parking lot where we sorted out who would ride in what vehicle. After that, we drove to our destination.
Once we arrived, we all went to Subway and bought ourselves a sandwich. Then, we went to Stone Mountain. It was so cool! We climbed all the way to the top. The view was amazing! You could see downtown Atlanta from there! We all climbed back down the way we came up and ate dinner on the grass in front of the mountain. Once it got dark, we got to watch a cool laser show on the side of the mountain.
By then it was late, so after the show we drove to the hotel, checked in, and fell right asleep. The next day, we checked out and went to The World of Coca-Cola. We had a great time! We even got to try foreign sodas! Afterwards, we walked to the Georgia Aquarium. I loved the beluga whales!
Finally, we finished our trip off with a walk through Centennial Park, and ate lunch at the CNN center. Overall, I had a fun time on our trip. I hope my troop can sell a lot of cookies this year so we can go on another fun trip!
Hi! It's Tori! I'm going to talk about Girl Scout cookies. What's your favorite? My favorite is the Thin Mint! I like Thin Mints because they're so minty and chocolaty.
The cookies are easy to sell. They are only $3.50 a box! The money we earn from selling cookies goes to Girl Scouts so that we can do fun stuff. Some of the fun things we did with cookie money was we went to Camp Dixie and Camp Scoutshire Woods.
The reason I like selling cookies is the cookie booths. My mom and dad dress up in a cookie costume and lots of people think they are Spongebob because the costume is yellow. Sometimes, I have to wear the cookie at the booth.
The real reason the cookies are easy to sell is because no one can resist a cute Girl Scout. Cookie sales are important because they taste good and the money helps all Girl Scouts.
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It's time to choose recognitions for the 2012 Cookie Event and they will be chosen by Girl Scouts -- as in you!
All you need to do is click on Little Miss Stoat here and you will go to the voting web site where you can help choose items for each level of Cookie sales. The mascot this year is Penguins (but penguin doesn't rhyme with vote, so a baby stoat is the best we could do...).
Anyway, vote by July 13 to help choose!
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Use your Cookie Bucks or Destinations money to go to this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity with the Multiple Award-Winning Show
Not Available to the General Public!
The Premiere of our Award-Winning Exclusive Broadway Girl Scout Event: "For Good"
Saturday, JANUARY 29, 2011
Interactive Broadway Workshop from 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Broadway Matinee of Wicked at 2 p.m.
Package includes Interactive Workshop, Interactive Resource Guide, Special WICKED Girl Scout Patch, and Preferred Seating to the Show for $146.25 (Orchestra/Front Mezzanine), $111.25 (Mid Mezzanine), $86.25 (Rear Mezzanine)
The Exciting Education Workshop includes...
- Interaction with the Girl Scout community
- High profile female key note speakers who are successful leaders in their field
- Learn music and choreography from the show
- Present community service projects for members of the Broadway company
- Interact with Wicked cast members and behind-the-scenes creative team professionals in an Intimate Question and Answer Session
- Earn an exclusive Wicked Girl Scout patch
- Attend the 2 p.m. matinee performance of Wicked with an audience of Girl Scouts from across the country
- Opportunity to fulfill Silver and Gold Leadership Awards
- Chance to win a backstage visit!
No orders accepted after September 27, 2010
To purchase tickets and for more info, contact: StudentsLive (212) 220-6000
"Programs like these enable a new generation of audiences to make theater arts a permanent part of their lives."
- Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton
When: July 16-18, 2010
Age: Juniors & up
Cost: approximately $150 per person TBD soon; Cookie Bucks or destination funds accepted.
You talked, and we listened! We've received several requests for a mini-destination for which girls can use their cookie money. Here's the perfect opportunity. Spend the weekend in Chattanooga, TN, seeing many local attractions.
After enjoying a moonlight cruise Friday evening, we will sleep at the pier of the Chattanooga Riverboat Company. Saturday will be spent visiting the aquarium and other local attractions. Saturday night, we will spend the night at the Creative Discovery Museum. Sunday morning will be an underground adventure at Raccoon Mountain - caving for the adventurous and a walking cavern tour for everyone else. Price includes sleepover lodging, meals (Friday dinner -- Sunday breakfast), an event patch, entrance fees and caving equipment rental. Transportation is not included.
Minimum: 50; Maximum: 100
Registration deadline: $25 non-refundable deposit per person due to the Mobile Service Center May 1, 2010.
The $25 non-refundable deposit is required for all participants, including girls using cookie money.Contact: Mary Anne Brutkiewicz, extension 1202
The Future is Green at GSNorcal
Not sure what to do with your cookie bucks or destinations money?? There are spots available in this 10-day exciting destination.
"The Future is Green" is a marriage of Girl Scouts of Northern California's (GSNorcal) Girls Go Tech and Green By Nature initiatives. This cutting-edge adventure will offer Girl Scouts the opportunity to explore how green technology in astronomy, environment, and robotics can help save the Earth.
Astronomy participants will learn about the night sky, technology that is used to explore the universe, and how astronomers have become instrumental in research regarding global climate change and space debris. Robotics participants will explore the importance of robots in exploration, health care, and helping to make the world "green." They will then design, build, and program their own robot to meet certain challenges. Environment participants will explore the eco-challenges and successes of the San Francisco Bay. Fieldtrips include NASA Ames Research Center, Monterey Bay Aquarium, and behind the scenes at the California Academy of Sciences.
Who: Girls ages 13-18 (entering at least 9th grade at time of event)
When: July 22-August 1, 2010
Where: San Francisco Bay Area
Registration Deadline: April 15
Registration Deadline: April 15
For a complete description of the event, costs, and application procedures visit: http://www.studio2b.org/escape/destinations/event_details.asp?eventid=523.
For more information please contact: Marisa Cidre at firstname.lastname@example.org, 408-287-4170, ext. 237
Old Navy is partnering with Girl Scouts to bring you super cute Girl Scout cookie merchandise! They are now offering limited edition tees with vintage Girl Scout logos and the Thin Mint, Tagalong and Samoa cookie characters. The shirts are fun, stylish and would look great on you and the rest of your troop at booth sales.
Speaking of booth sales, Old Navy is also now allowing troop booth sales during cookie season at some of their locations. What a fun booth sale location! Tell your troop leader about this exciting opportunity, you don't want to miss out on the fun.
Have you used your gift certificate from the cookie sale yet? If not, you need to do it now! The gift certificates expire September 30, however, our shops will be closed September 28-30 for an annual inventory. So, we've extended your certificates through October 3. The shop will be open October 3, for the Saturday Shop, so you can use your gift certificate then!
NEW! Girls of all age levels can use group e-mail to market the cookie and fall product sales and Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors can use social networking sites, such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter to market their products, as long as you follow certain guidelines. For more about this exciting news, check out the 411 on Online Marketing for Girl Scout Product Activities.
And before you can start marketing online, be sure to fill out the Internet Safety Pledge with your parents!