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Girl Scout cookie season

Girl Scout cookie season is underway across Western New York.
Girl Scout cookie season is underway across Western New York.

Cheyenne Zaremba, who has been a Girl Scout for 11 years, and Mary Jo Brown, the Vice President of Sales at the Girl Scouts of Western New York, discussed the annual cookie campaign Wednesday on News 8 at Noon.

The campaign began on January 11 and runs through March.  Girl Scouts will be going door to door until early February selling the different variety of cookies, to be delivered in early March.

In addition to the traditional favorites like Thin Mints, Caramel Delites, Lemonades and Thanks-A-Lots, there are newcomers like Cranberry Citrus Crisps and a gluten free chocolate chip shortbread cookie.

Brown said the cookie campaign helps girls learn five basic skills - goal setting, decision-making, money management, people skills and business ethics.

Zaremba said a big part of the fun for her is reconnecting with customers who have bought cookies from her through the years.

For more information about the Girls Scouts and this year's cookie campaign, click here.
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