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BOONE COUNTY – Local Girl Scouts will begin taking orders for the 2016 Girl Scout Cookie Program from Jan. 8 through Jan. 29.
The cookie theme is “Worth Sharing,” and customers are encouraged to post a photo of themselves enjoying Girl Scout Cookies on social media with the hashtag #worthsharing. The #worthsharing effort reinforces how the proceeds girls earn through the cookie program help them give back to their local areas through service projects and community action.
This year’s delicious cookie lineup includes Do-si-dos, a crunchy oatmeal cookie with peanut butter, and Samoas, a vanilla cookie covered with caramel, coconut, and a rich, chocolately coating.
Of course, you can’t forget Tagalongs, a tasty cookie topped with peanut butter and chocolate, or Thin Mints, the thin wafer covered with a smooth chocolaty coating and made with natural peppermint.
Girls will also take orders for Trefoils, a delicate tasting shortbread, and Savannah Smiles, a cool and crisp lemon wedge cookie.
The newest Girl Scout cookie, Rah-Rah-Raisins, makes a return appearance featuring whole grain oats, plump juicy raisins, and trendy Greek yogurt-flavored chunks.
Each cookie variety sells for $4 a box.
Local girls will also be participating in the Digital Cookie 2.0, an upgrade from last year’s Digital Cookie 1.0, which provides a more robust, hands-on, and entertaining learning experience, including an enhanced cookie website, as well as new mobile sales technology.
Digital Cookie 2.0’s game-changing addition of a mobile sales app expands girls’ ability to take their sale on the go. Using handheld devices like phones or tablets, girls can approach customers, take orders, and complete sales using digital order forms that allow for direct shipping to customers.
About Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois
At Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois, we know that when given the opportunity, girls change the world.
Girl Scouts has the reach and experience to help girls everywhere lead. We teach girls to take action for themselves, their communities, and the world.
In an all-girl environment, with a focus on science and technology, financial literacy, healthy living, and environmental leadership, Girl Scouts is uniquely positioned to help girls develop to their full potential.
Who We Are
Girl Scouts was founded in 1912 by Juliette Gordon Low, a woman of extraordinary vision with a keen eye on giving girls access to opportunities to think for themselves and lead the way for others.
For over 100 years, Girl Scouts has given girls a safe and inviting place, free form pressure and full of encouragement.
With Girl Scouts behind them, girls can try new things, find what they love, and grow into the women they want to be.
Council Membership
Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois is an inclusive organization that welcomes girls and adults regardless of race, ethnicity, religious beliefs, or socioeconomic status. Today’s Girl Scouts offer flexible, consistent ways for girls in grades kindergarten through 12th grade to benefit from the National Girl Scout Leadership Experience.
National Girl Scout Experience
A major difference in the Girl Scout program versus school or other club programs is the girl-led component. Girls shape their own experience in a progressive and supportive way, building their confidence and forming friendships along the way.

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