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Girl Scout Cookie Program

More than just selling cookies to friends and neighbors, the Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-led enterprise in the country. Girl Scouts learn about goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills and business ethics. We hear from many successful women leaders that their first entrepreneurial experience was selling Girl Scout Cookies.

We are pleased to partner with Little Brownie Bakers for our Girl Scout Cookie Program. 

Samoas Bash

Samoas BashBe sure to tune into the Samoas Bash from Little Brownie Bakers, it is full of fun ideas and tips for the 2015 Girl Scout Cookie Program. Plus, you will get to see the special way that Samoas cookies are made at the bakery. Go to www.littlebrowniebakers.com on January 10, 2015 at 1:00 pm (Central Standard Time) to see it live, or you can watch the video later when you have time.

New Girl Scout Cookies for 2015!

A delicious new Girl Scout cookie will join the Eastern Missouri lineup next year, rah-rah Raisins. It is a crispy oatmeal cookie loaded with plump raisins and Greek yogurt flavored chunks. Returning favorites include Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Trefoils and Savannah Smiles.

We are pleased to announce that a gluten-free cookie from Little Brownie Bakers will be available on a limited basis in 2015. Toffee-tastic is a buttery cookie packed with golden toffee bits and rich flavor. Consumer research indicates there is a growing market for gluten-free snacks, with 29% of Americans saying they try to avoid gluten in their diets for health reasons.

Want to order Girl Scout Cookies but don’t know a Girl Scout?

Please fill out the customer form and we will ask a Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri troop leader to contact you after "GO Day", January 10 2015.

Key Dates 2015

“GO Day” (when girls start taking orders) Jan. 10
Initial order taking Jan. 10 – Feb. 1
Additional order taking (using Goal Getter cards) Feb. 2 – March 15
Troops pick up cookies from their initial order Feb. 25 – 28
Girls deliver cookies and collect payment from customers Feb. 25 – March 15
Troop cookie booths Feb. 25 – March 15
National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend Feb. 27 – March 1
2015 Cookie Program ends March 15
Troop final reports due March 17
Rewards delivered to neighborhoods Late April