Philadelphia police are searching for a man who they say stole $50 from a Girl Scout who was selling cookies in Center City.
What are your favorite Girl Scout cookies? Girl Scouts were entrepreneurs going as far back as 1917.
Think you've tried the Girl Scout S'mores cookie? Local councils and troops keep 100 percent of the net revenue raised through the cookie sale.
Cookies are $4 per box upon delivery and are preservative free with no artificial colors.
Holly Furtner, service unit manager for the Girl Scouts, was bundled up as she checked off cars that had loaded up.
The Algiers Unit 450, led by Joanne Wagner, had 65 girls at its rally at the Woodland Presbyterian Church in Algiers.
Troops from Girl Scouts, Hornets' Nest Council will be at the mall's center court February 10-March 12 from 3 p.m. -9 p.m. Monday-Friday, noon-8 p.m. on Saturdays and noon-6 p.m. on Sundays, according to a statement from the mall this week.
Those looking to purchase cookies can check out the phone cookie locator app, which will help locate cookie sale booths in your area.
The 2017 cookie season runs from January 29 to March 12, meaning you have a little over a month left to purchase-and stockpile-this year's cookies.
Wilderness Sports donated the snowshoes for the day, to accommodate the 100 people who showed up for the event.
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