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Girl Scout Cookies Go On Sale January 7

Cicero, N.Y. – What can a girl do? A world of good!

With the guidance of adults and the power of Girl Scout Cookies, girls can make positive changes in the world around them. A girl can speak for those less fortunate, foster changes where they’re needed and have a true impact close to home, and even on the other side of the world.

This cookie season, girls will be setting high goals and using their cookie proceeds to make the world a better place.

Girls will begin taking cookie pre-orders on January 7.

Cookies will come in the week of February 11 and booth sales in the community will run from February 16 to March 20.

The Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-led business in the country and helps girls develop five key business and leadership skills that last a lifetime: goal setting, decision-making, money management, people skills, and business ethics.

Help a girl develop these skills by buying Girl Scout cookies! For more information, visit www.girlscoutcookies.org

Join the fun and friendship of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Contact the Girl Scouts’ Cicero Service Center at (315) 698-9400, visit www.gsnypenn.org, become a fan at facebook.com/GSNYPENN, follow twitter.com/GSNYPENN and pinterest.com/gsnypenn, or read the blog at www.gsnypenn.wordpress.com for more information.

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