Girl Scout cookie season starts


The Girls Scouts of Central Illinois are kicking off the 2018 Cookie Season with the annual Cookie Rally, to be held January 27 at the Illinois Valley YMCA in Peru.

The 101-year-old cookie program teaches the girls leadership, money management and now technological innovation. It's finally that time of year again. Wait, what.? Yep, they're warning residents about the ever so addicting Girl Scout Cookie and how the season is in full swing. Some troops will also have Trios, a gluten-free cookie. Download the KIII-TV 3News app now. So now she only goes door to door once she has the cookies. In addition, the group will host various events during National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend from February 23 to 25. "After the initial orders comes in, the cookies are available the twenty-first of February".

While stocking up on Thin Mints, customers can now choose to donate boxes of cookies to give to the military.

That's over $1 million in troop and service unit proceeds.

Her troop mate, Rhyan Harden, 9, said she has learned better people skills through Girl Scouts. A year ago they lost the funding, but Melanie was able send boxes with her own money.

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While learning practical skills by creating business cards and resumes, girls at the rally also made crafts, designed cookie boxes, swam and danced.

The profits from cookie sales help troops do activities throughout the year, Dillon said.

For over 100 years, Girl Scouts has been the experts on girls.

Going door to door, booths outside large stores and online ordering, Girl Scouts have many more opportunities to make the sale.

Now, during the six-week cookie season, scouts can customize their cookie sales.