Thursday, February 28, 2013
Use this app to find out where to buy Girl Scout Cookies in the Brighton area.
Girl Scouts will continue to sell cookies at several locations in the Brighton area through March. Where can you pick up a box of your favorites? Enter your ZIP code into the Girl Scouts’ Cookie Locator application above to find a cookie booth near you. You can also click here to use the cookie locator website if it is not appearing correctly for you above. You may also download the Girl Scout cookies locator mobile app. Cookie sales are somewhat dependent on the weather. The Girl Scout cookies sell for $3.50 per box. Each Girl Scout troop gets to keep a portion of the sales. What's your favorite Girl Scout cookie? Tell us in the comments.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
It's that time of year to buy Girl Scout cookies!
As a former Girl Scout, there are a few important things to know: the Girl Scout Promise and Girl Scout Law by heart, all the songs you sing at camps down cold and the perfect speech for selling Girl Scout cookies in your town. I still know the Girl Scout Law, I haven’t forgotten the lyrics (and accompanying dance steps) to “Make New Friends”, and I’ll always remember ringing the neighbor’s doorbells with my Brownie sash on, ready to recite why they needed at least 20 boxes of Thin Mints. Girl Scout Cookie Season is now upon us, which means that you now have the chance to buy 20 boxes of Thin Mints, if you so desire (which I’m sure you do). So, where can you buy Girl Scout cookies in Brighton? Here are several locations to pick up your …
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Andrea Bonomo is the first in her troop to complete her Gold Award project.
When Brighton High School Senior Andrea Bonomo first joined Girl Scouts 12 years ago, she always knew she was going to finish the program - and she will in May by receiving her Gold Award. The 17-year-old just completed her Girl Scouts Gold Award project at the Brighton District Library. The Gold Award, the highest award a girl scout can achieve, is earned through a detailed service project in the community. Girls must first earn Bronze and Silver Awards before they are eligible for a Gold Award. Bonomo's project was a four-part program called 'Connect with Nature' and was held in Millie's Garden at the Library. Kids took part in various eco-friendly activities, which included planting an herb garden, creating a tie-dye t-shirt using …