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ORRVILLE, Ohio, Dec. 17, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Warm up those ovens! According to the CriscoÂ® Cookie Central online survey conducted by Wakefield Research, Americans expect to bake dozens and dozens of cookies this holiday season.
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Fans of Girl Scout cookies in cities like Los Angeles will find smaller cookies in each box despite the price staying the same, a Girl Scout official says. Carol Dedrich, a Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles spokeswoman, said the organization decided to shrink their cookies instead of increasing the cost of their traditional product, The Los Angeles Daily News said Friday. Dedrich said the cookie boxes themselves will also be smaller this year, but their cost will remain at $4 despite the...
A 16-year-old Girl Scout in Dearborn, Mich., says she is determined to shatter the record for the most Girl Scout cookies sold by a single member. Jennifer Sharpe, who already holds the record for most cookies sold in a single sales season, said she hopes to reach the cumulative 60,000-box record during her current junior year of high school, The Detroit News said Monday. The teenager, who sold 17,328 boxes of Girl Scout cookies last year to set the sales record, figures a strong junior year...
By SHEILA FARMER For The Maryland Gazette A craft fair, tractor pull and spooky happenings prove that the fairgrounds at 1450 Generals Highway aren't just for the annual county fair.
By PAULA SUHEY If you measured Girl Scout Shannon Bradley's age in Girl Scout cookies rather than years, the answer would be 3,500 boxes. That's a lot of cookies in the nine years the 13-year-old Southside resident has been a Girl Scout. But Scouting is about more than selling cookies.
By JoAnne Poindexter email@example.com 981-3232 The four members of Girl Scout Troop 329 of the Trefoil Service Unit recently created a marketing package for the food pantry at St. Francis House and earned their Silver Award.
By Jim Carney, The Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio Aug. 4--CUYAHOGA FALLS: The 1,000 Girl Scouts are long grown now, scattered into lives as wives and mothers, educators and businesswomen.
For the first time, Dairy Queen(R) has merged the world's most popular frozen treat, the Blizzard(R), with the best-selling Girl Scout cookie, the Thin Mint.
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