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They’re back! It’s Girl Scout Cookie time

DELICIOUS TREATS — Girl Scout Cookie season is here. Keep an eye out for your local Girl Scouts if you want to purchase a box ... or 10!
DELICIOUS TREATS — Girl Scout Cookie season is here. Keep an eye out for your local Girl Scouts if you want to purchase a box ... or 10!

DELICIOUS TREATS — Girl Scout Cookie season is here. Keep an eye out for your local Girl Scouts if you want to purchase a box ... or 10!

SACRAMENTO — Friday, Jan. 14, is the first day to preorder Girl Scout Cookies for the 2011 Girl Scout Cookie season.

Girl Scouts ages 5 to 17 will call friends and family and walk door-to-door to take Girl Scout Cookie preorders. If you don’t get a call or a knock on the door don’t worry; Girl Scouts will sell cookies outside local store fronts Feb. 25 to March 20. Cookies are $4 per box.

There are eight kinds of Girl Scout Cookies offered this year: Thin Mints, Carmel deLites, Peanut Butter Patties, Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Shortbread, Lemonades, Thanks-A-Lot and the newest cookie Shout Outs, a Belgian-style caramelized cookie. In addition, Thanks-A-Lots have a new “green” packaging that will eliminate 150 tons of paperboard from the waste stream.

To place an order with a Girl Scout in your area call (866)-GSCOOKS or e-mail cookies@girlscoutshcc.org.

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