NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP Girl Scout troops are again joining forces to run the largest drive-thru cookie booth in Bucks County on Saturday, Feb. 4 and Sunday, Feb. 5 from 11 a.m.to 3 p.m.at the Rothman Institute parking lot, 2700 South Eagle Road, in Newtown next to ACE Hardware. Since 2002, San Diegans have donated more than 2.7 million boxes of cookies to troops overseas.
Girl Scout cookies available this year include Thin Mint, Savannah Smile, Trefoil, Tagalong, Do-si-do, Samoa and Girl Scout S'mores, the newest variety.
"When I was younger, I just got relatives to buy cookies", she says.
They're following in the footsteps of the Mistletoe Troop from Muskogee, Okla., who, in 1917, baked cookies and sold them a high school cafeteria as a service project, marking the first known Girl Scout cookie fundraiser in America.
Charlotte penned the letter to a family friend in Colorado after she became concerned that only two of the 92 boxes of Girl Scout cookies she had sold so far were designated to be donated to USA military troops.
"It's honest, nice and it just makes people happy", Charlotte said of her letter's appeal. She rated those a "7".
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"Full disclosure: I have not tried the S'more, so I can not rate it in good conscience", she admitted.
In her most scathing review, she wrote that the Toffee-tastic "is a bleak, flavorless gluten-free wasteland". "I'm telling you, it's as flavorless as dirt".
Rowe cracked up several times while reading the letter.
"It's a good fundraiser for the troop and it gets people to notice that they're still around", said Tanner. "Because this kid understands the basic tenets of sales".
Maybe you stick them in the freezer, crumble them over your ice cream or keep a box on your work desk to cure the afternoon munchies.
"A thousand percent, cookies helped us because that was our main way of being able to achieve our goals", said 16-year-old Della, whose troop has a shared special interest in travel.