....to everyone who moved cookies, sold cookies, marketed cookies, or had anything to do with the cookie program. We are still working through some of details, but it looked like we did okay on the cookie program this year. I recognize it is a tremendous amount of work and effort on the part of thousands of you to make that a success. I always hear great stories about girls who found their voice, learned more about arithmetic, was able to make eye contact with strangers and a variety of other life skills from that one program. So thank you for all you did to make everything about that program successful.
We have gotten back into the swing of things with some great Girl Scout programs to celebrate Girl Scout week, which for us is every week. Thanks to our hosts at Auburn University for a great equestrian program. I saw the pictures and it looked like a great time. We have Pi day this weekend, again thanks to Auburn University who is hosting this STEM day for the girls. The USS Alabama Battleship sleepover is maxed out with girls, a great weekend is on tap for that one. The Joy to Life walk in Montgomery is scheduled for April, if you have girls that need community service hours they need items made for the Survivor Tent. Also, one of my favorites each year, the Biscuits baseball game and Camporee sleepover is in April.
We have a mini-destination scheduled for Huntsville, there is lots to see and do while there. It would be a great way to explore science and be awestruck with how STEM can turn into a job that changes the world by going to space. A great opportunity to explore the Great State of Alabama!