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Girl Scout cookie sales begin

Girl Scouts in the South Lake Tahoe area will sell Thin Mints and Animal Treasures along with other favorite Girl Scout cookies at various locations throughout the South Shore from Feb. 24 through March 18.

On Feb. 24 and 25 Girl Scouts will be at Raley’s at Crescent V and South “Y” Shopping centers, Safeway at Bijou and Round Hill Square and Albertsons on Al Tahoe Boulevard.

Cookie sale proceeds benefit local Girl Scouts. Participation in the sale teaches girls important life skills like goal setting, teamwork, money handling and working with the public. The sale also provides necessary funds for serving projects, career exploration and camp.



Cookie varieties include Thin Mints, Carmel deLites, Peanut Butter Patties, Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Shortbread, Lemon Pastry Cremes, the Upside Down Frosted Oatmeal and the fudge dipped shortbread Animal Treasure. The cost of all Girl Scout Cookies is $3 per box.

For more information call the Girl Scout cookie hotline at (775) 788-9797.


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