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2019 Cookie Rally in Thornton

Submitted by Heidi Kane

Metro Denver

Thornton

Join us for a cookie rally in Thornton on January 26, 2019 from 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Location: Skyview Campus (8990 York Street, Thornton 80229)

Cost: $5/Girl Scout

Bring a sack lunch and water bottle. Join us for crafts, cookie activities, and earn requirements toward financial  literacy badges. See the cookie prizes, taste the cookies, and play fun games to learn about the Girl Scout Cookie Program! Please RSVP to Heidi Kane at (720) 352 – 5699 or HeidiLKane@hotmail.com by January 19.

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Cookie Rally to help our military

Submitted by Rebecca Knight

Metro Denver

Westminster

The girls from Troop 60493 have put together an awesome cookie rally and service project for the military on January 12, 2019! Held at the Westview Rec Center in Westminster, girls will work on their cookie selling skills and earn a financial literacy or cookie business badge (DBJ-badge not included). This year, we will also make paracord survival bracelets for our military overseas as a service project.

CSA’s are invited to help at the event as well! The cost is $12 per participant. Please follow this link (https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050e44ada822a57-cookie) to sign up and we will send you a Square invoice through email. Choose either the morning or afternoon rally. We would love to see you all there!

These girls are amazing go-getters and leaders! They have planned this entire cookie rally and service project from beginning to end to help their Girl Scout sisters with cookie business skills and to say thank you to our military. You will see them at the rally playing games, doing crafts, and roleplaying with the girls to get them ready for this year’s cookie season. They will wrap up their time with the girls making those paracord survival bracelets for our military overseas.

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“Go for Bold” cookie rally

Submitted by Jordan Cadena

Metro Denver

Thornton

Troops 66742 and 65791, along with the Woods Service Unit 646, proudly present the “Go For Bold” cookie rally! Walk on the wild side for the 2019 Girl Scout Cookie Program!

Girls will inspire their inner goal-getter, go for bold in their marketing, race for money management, root for their favorite cookie, master safety tips, perfect their cookie pitches, and more!

Date: 

Friday, January 25, 2019

6 – 8 p.m.

Where:

Northglenn Christian Church

1800 E. 105th Pl., Northglenn 80233

Registration fee: $5 per Girl Scout  (includes activities and patch)

Dinner will be from 5:30 until 6 p.m. Pizza must be purchased in advanced via the link below for $1/slice

Payment due via https://squareup.com/store/TheWoods646 (Payment is your RSVP). Registration closes January 23.

Limited to 200 attendees

Questions?  Contact Jordan at (720) 384 – 8420.

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Cookie Rally with UNC Bears Women’s Basketball

Join us for a Girl Scout Cookie Rally with UNC Women’s Basketball on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018. Come before the game to have fun and get ready for this year’s cookie program. We’ll have activities and more to help you make this year’s cookie program the best! Each participating Girl Scout will get a special UNC cookie patch.

After the rally, enjoy the game and cheer on the UNC Bears as they take on Eastern Washington. All Girl Scouts are invited to the cookie rally and all Girl Scouts, friends, and family are invited to the game.

The cookie rally is planned for 10 a.m. to approximately 12 p.m. with the game starting at 12 p.m. The rally will be hosted at the Bank of Colorado Arena in Greeley. Cost is $5/person (online ticket fees may apply). Purchase tickets at tickets.unco.edu and use promo code “COOKIES18.”

Questions? Please contact Brenda Realyvasquez at Brenda.realyvasquez@gscolorado.org.

Cookie rally for Greeley Service Unit 702

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Submitted by Cindy Fry

Northern & Northeastern CO

Greeley

Greeley Service Unit 702 recently held a Cookie Rally to get the girls excited about selling cookies. We built towers with cookie case boxes. We had a photo booth with cookie props, where the girls could have their pictures taken. The girls and parents were able to sample Girl Scout Cookies. Milk was provided by Fat Albert’s Restaurant of Greeley. To end the night a sheriff’s deputy from the Weld County Sheriff’s Department talked to the girls about safety when selling cookies in their neighborhood or at their booth sales. A fun time was had by all.

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Colorado Springs cookie rallies

 

Submitted by Nicole Niles

Pikes Peak

Colorado Springs

This past weekend, Colorado Springs GPS girls hosted two sold out cookie rallies. Their objective was to teach Girl Scouts selling cookies about the cookies they are selling, a little history on them, how to set up a good booth, and also showed an example of bad booths. They learned how to set goals, see the incentives, make a cookie sign, and best of all, taste the cookies. We sold out at both venues and encountered some crowding, but overall feel the girls did a great job teaching other girls, leading by the girl-led program of Girl scouts.

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Eagle Valley SU114 Cookie Rally a big success

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Submitted by Cricket Hawkins
Eagle Valley

Cadette troops 11810 and 10156 organized a fun and successful Cookie Rally for Eagle Valley Girl Scouts on January 16. The girls ran the event using Little Brownie Bakers’ Cookie Rally resources and had a local fIrefighter talk to the girls about safety. The Financial Fishing/Booth Sale station was one of the most popular activities second to the safety presentation by Firefighter Randy!

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Alamosa Service Unit hosts valley wide cookie rally

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by Cheryl Martinez
San Luis Valley – Alamosa

On Jan. 19, SU 301 in Alamosa hosted a valley wide cookie rally. There were 40 girls in attendance from various troops and including Daisies, Brownies and Juniors. Troop leaders and parents helped the girls at safety and goal activity stations. The girls participated in making goal clip boards, posters, learning how to describe the cookie flavors and ingredients and staying safe. After all their hard work, they enjoyed cake, punch and cookies! They all agreed that “Honey,” the cookie mascot, is the best and very cute!

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Troop 53572 Hosts Cookie Rally for Brownies and Daisies

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Submitted by Rebecca Lankford
Broomfield

Troop 53572 in Broomfield held their first cookie rally on Tuesday, Jan. 15, at the Academy of Charter Schools in Westminster. The troop decided to have 10 stations to teach Girl Scout Brownies and Daisies about the different things they will need to know while selling cookies. Stations included: safety bingo, cookie songs, product info relay, goal necklace, cookie tasting, selling tips, making change, Hometown Heroes and goals and recognitions. The attendees’ troop parents and leaders were presented the cookie training in a separate room.

Troop 53572 has a high goal for cookie sales this year – they are saving for a trip to California this spring. Good luck, girls!

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Mesa County Girl Scouts hold Cookie Rally

On Monday evening, Jan. 14, Girl Scouts from all corners of Mesa County gathered at Grand Mesa Middle School to celebrate the beginning of the cookie program. One hundred and forty-seven girls from Kindergarten through 8th grade, along with 67 troop volunteers, participated in financial literacy and safety activity stations. They practiced and honed their cookie selling skills, and how to approach a customer, how to make change, what the ingredients are in each cookie, and what to say when a customer says “no.” They also got to sample the six cookie varieties.

Additionally, each girl learned about staying safe, the difference between needs and wants and the importance of giving back to their community. Local volunteers from US Bank, Homeward Bound Homeless Shelter and the Fruita Fire Department joined with Girl Scout volunteers, high school Girl Scouts and Girl Scout staff to facilitate 13 girl-focused stations and one parent-focused station.

Media coverage was provided by KKCO, Channel 11, our local NBC affiliate. Ninety-one percent of the troops attending agreed that after participating in the cookie rally they were more excited to get started selling cookies. Seventy-five percent of the parents felt the training, just for them, helped them to better understand how to support their daughter.

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