Not only is February 27 through March 1 National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend, it is also the last chance to get hands on that favorite Girl Scout Cookie.
Sunday, March 1, marks the end of the 2015 Girl Scout – North Carolina Coastal Pines’ cookie sale. But don’t fret! Thousands of Girl Scouts will be stationed at various cookie booth locations over the weekend throughout the Council’s 41-central and eastern county jurisdiction.
February 27 through March 1 also marks the third annual National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend, a celebration of all the fun and excitement girls have selling Girl Scout Cookies. The weekend aims to highlight some of its most innovative and successful cookie entrepreneurs and what they plan on doing with their cookie money to benefit their communities.
Through the cookie program’s “5 Skills,” each amazing young #cookieboss develops creative and resourceful ways to sell cookies. And the more cookies girls sell, the more money they have to invest in community service projects, learning experiences, and travel opportunities.
“Girl Scout Cookies are about so much more than a tasty treat,” said Lisa Jones, CEO of Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines. “They are about teaching girls basic business skills and instilling a lifelong sense of civic responsibility that creates leaders. At Girl Scouts, we have so many amazing girls...