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Where to Get Your Girl Scout Cookie Fix Locally

It's that time of year again—get out your wallets and get ready to snack on some of your favorite sweet treats, courtesy of the Girl Scouts of America.

It's time to stock up on your favorite Girl Scout cookies. Not sure where to buy them near you? You can plug your zip code into the cookie finder on the Scouts' website to find out. 

Can't remember which variety you like best? When in doubt, buy a bunch—or check out the Cookie Guide.

[Due to a request from the Girl Scouts of America, we have edited this article to remove specific troops in the area. Please use the cookie finder!]

And just in case you were wondering just where all that cookie money goes...

... we did our homework. According to the Girl Scouts of America, all of the revenue earned from cookie activities stays with the local Girl Scout council that sponsors the sale. This includes the portion that goes directly to the group selling cookies. Councils use their cookie revenue to supply essential services to troops, groups, and individual girls, such as providing program resources and communication support, training adult volunteers, and conducting special events.

We hear there's a new cookie in town!

Yep. You heard right! Meet Savannah Smiles—a powdered, sugar-coated lemon cookie. Sounds yummy, right?

Any questions?
Any of these Girl Scouts or their leaders would be happy to help. Or Patch! We're definitely not the cookie experts, though.

Sugar Mom Treats January 08, 2013 at 03:47 PM
Don't forget this one :) Troop 58289, Seventh Avenue School, Contact Monique Yeager via email q49@netzero.net
Catherine Van Horne January 08, 2013 at 11:18 PM
I'm getting my girl scout cookie fixed from my neighborhood girl. Hopefully my roommate doesn't eat them this year.
Darren McRoy January 09, 2013 at 04:28 PM
Due to a request from the GSA, the article has been updated with a link to a cookie-finder rather than specific e-mails. Thanks for everyone who plugged their troops!!

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