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Girls Scouts to kick off their second century of cookie sales

Steve Warner photo Well done Girl Scout Troop 750 whose DMS members provided new rope and hooks to get Old Glory flying again in front of the DeKalb Middle School. Members are, from left, Jenna Wright, Layla Walker, Leah Hayes, Darrah Ramsey, Katie Patterson, Emma Hancock, Katherine Gassaway, Zo...

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Girl Scouts in Middle Tennessee are setting goals and developing business plans for Girl Scout cookie season, which began Dec. 26 and you should begin seeing them out and about the first week in February so get your cookie money ready.

The 2018 Girl Scout cookie season will kick off the next century of Girl Scouts selling cookies. After last year’s 100th anniversary of the Girl Scout Cookie Program, troops in Middle Tennessee will bring back the popular Girl Scout S’mores cookie.

The Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-led entrepreneurial program in the world. Girls as ...

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