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Girl Scout cookies are here!

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - They're here!!! Over the weekend Cost-U-Less assisted with the doling out of dolleys of Girl Scout Cookies. Tanya Balajadia, leader of Troop 406, said, "This is our annual distribution of cookies to the troops so we did presales and now we are receiving and distributing our cookies to our customers so that the girls can raise money to help with their activities throughout the year."

According to Balajadia for each box sold, each Girl Scout earns $0.50.  If you pre-ordered in November and December then you should be getting a phone call to receive your cookies. The Girl Scouts will then sell extra cookies at "booth sales" located at Guam Premier Outlets, Kmart, Cost-U-Less, LeoPalace Resort and Navy and Andersen Air Force bases during the last weekend of January and the first weekend of February.
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