Hi! My name is Mackenzie and I am 8-years-old. This is my first year in Girl Scouts and I am a Brownie. I wanted to join Girl Scouts to spend time with my mom and learn new things and make lots of friends. Since my mom is the troop leader, my dad helps me sell cookies. I want to sell 1,000 packages, so I can go to Elitch Gardens. My dad has been helping so much with my goal. I have sold over 800 packages because my dad takes me all over and comes to my booths. He is the best daddy in the world. I could not do it without his help.
I love Girl Scouts because I get to meet new friends and learn new things. Girl Scouts is the best!
My dad is a rock star this cookie season. My mom is our troop cookie manager. Our troop sells a lot of cookies, so we need to rent a U-Haul to pick them up. My dad helps by picking up our cookies and helping us unload the truck into our garage. He also takes his time to help me at my cookie booths, even in the freezing cold! I love spending time with my dad and appreciate the help he gives to me and my Girl Scout troop.
My Dad is Woody B. and he’s a great cookie dad! My mom is the TCM for our troop and he’s helped her with picking up cookies, sorting them, and triple counting both cookies and money when she starts to get stressed. He’s also taken me around our neighborhood several times to sell and deliver cookies even after a long day working at the Air Force Academy. He’s been running around on weekends to get our troop more cookies to sell and helped out at a few booths, too.
He’s a great Cookie Dad, but also a great supporter of our Girl Scout troop. He’s helped us earn our first-aid badge, engineering badge, and Outdoor Journey and taken us on hikes and is going to help us on our first overnight camping trip! I’m so proud that he’s my dad!
It started in the year of 2018 and he froze his butt off to help me with cookies. Last year, when my goal was 1,500, I got to 1,674 and that would not have happened if it was not for my dad. He has always said he would help me to the best of his ability. Even now in 2019 with his new job, he is still taking and using his weekends and days off to come help me sell!
My goal this year is 2,000 and his exact words were, “I’m gonna help you reach your goal as long as you try.”
He is limited to the days he has off work to the hours he takes out of his time. He is always helping me and trying to make me/help me get to my goal. I love you dad.
My dad always buys Girl Scout Cookies from me. His favorite cookies are Samoas! I also like going to his work to sell cookies. He’s helped me the past three years in a row. He always supports what I do in Girl Scouts. That’s why I think my dad is the best dad ever.
My dad, Bruce, is man enough to be a Girl Scout. This year, my mom is the troop cookie manager for our troop, Troop 43893. So, our garage is filled with cookies. My dad helped organize our initial order pickup and got the cookies loaded into our garage. Now, he’s helping me hit my goals by coming to booths and My Sales with me. He also takes time to have me at his office to sell more cookies. I couldn’t do it without him.
Steve Grenoble is not just a regular Cookie Dad ! He serves as one of our cookie booth coordinators for Troop 17122. Day or night, Steve is the man on the job during cookie season. He helps our TCM in many ways, not just to benefit his own daughter.
My daddy is the BEST Cookie Dad! This is my fourth year in Girl Scouts selling cookies and he has been to every single booth! He is always by my side helping me to reach my goals and he is just amazing! I couldn’t do it without his support!
Our dad has four Girl Scouts this year: a Cadette, Junior, Brownie, and Daisy. He helped us walk through the neighborhood with our cookie powered wagon. He helped us at cookie booths, too. When we needed to make change for customers, he was patient while we did our math. Most dads can’t say they are the best cookie dad, but our dad is!
We have nicknamed him “Cookie Man” and he is the best. He is our troop’s biggest cheerleader! He isn’t afraid to be silly and show us that it’s okay to do the same. He gives really good advice and is always trying to help us reach our goals, not just at cookie time, but always.
He gives a lot of his time and energy to our troop and Girl Scouts. He volunteers to help with cookie pick-up day at the cupboard getting other troops their cookies and then makes sure each of us is set up too. When we did our Powder Puff Derby, he helped us with our car designs and supported us while we ran the show. At our drive-thru cookie booth, he got all of us energized (the sign twirling he’s got down, but we’re helping him with his high kick).
We wanted to share how much we appreciate him because he genuinely wants all of us to succeed. It’s good to have someone like that in your corner.