You Can Help Local Girl Scouts For The Upcoming 2020 Cookie Season
What's your favorite type of Girl Scout cookie? Mine is the Peanut Butter Patties, followed closely by the Do-Si-Does and the Thin Mints. There really aren't any of the choices that I don't like.
Well, cookie time isn't far off. The Girl Scout cookie season begins January 11th, 2022 with the launch of order taking according to the Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways, which covers Girl Scouts in several counties throughout the Central and Southern Tier of New York State as well as parts of Northeast Pennsylvania. Cookie season runs through March 27th, 2022.
According to their latest announcement about the upcoming Girl Scout cookie season, the Girl Scout Council is looking for some help for the girls and troops to have a safe and successful season with assistance from area businesses and community organizations.
How can you help? The Girl Scout Council is looking for places to host walk-up booths and drive-thru booths at local businesses and organizations that are in high-traffic areas. Also, the council is looking for inside, secure locations for cookie stock storage and pickup.
“We want to help our Girl Scouts have another safe and successful cookie program by connecting with the communities we serve to host drive-thru booths and provide locations for traditional walk-up booths and logistics. Despite the continued pandemic, our girls enjoy the normalcy that this program provides.” - Ray Mulno, Director of Retail Operations & Product Programs at GSNYPENN.
If your business or organization can help our local and regional Girl Scouts for the upcoming cookie season from mid-February through the end of March, contact Ray Mulno at email@example.com or call 1-315-698-9400, extension 2022.
The annual Girl Scout Cookie season helps activities throughout the year, so any help you can give will be greatly appreciated.
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