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Cookie Resources

We want the Girl Scout Cookie Program to be as successful as possible for girls and volunteers! Check out the resources below for everything you need to know about the cookie program.

We are one of 13 councils that opted to shift cookie sale dates to mitigate the impact of supply and workforce issues impacting our baker, Little Brownie Bakers. Learn more about the shift.

Questions about cookies? Please contact Customer Care at info@gsutah.org or (801) 265-8472

From Family Meeting Guides to the Cookie Entrepreneur pins, marketing tools, and safety tips, find even more resources for Girl Scouts, volunteers, and families:
Cookie Resources (GSUSA)
Cookie Resources (Little Brownie Bakers)

Cookie Delay FAQ

On December 6, 2022, we hosted a cookie update via Zoom where we addressed the supply and workforce issues reported by our baker, as well as our plans to mitigate the impact. We are one of 13 councils that opted to delay their sale. 

Reference this site and official communication from council for information regarding the delay. Important dates have been updated on this page.

How is GSU proactively managing the 2023 Cookie Season based on supply and workforce issues reported by Little Brownie Bakers (LBB)?

Girl Scouts of Utah is one of 13 councils that decided to shift its cookie sale dates. Making the adjustment will help us avoid delayed or incomplete cookie deliveries like we had last year. 

How does this affect the Digital Cookie shipped orders?

The option to order cookies for shipping will not be available to any customers in the Digital Cookie platform until February 27. This relates to ALL Little Brownie Baker Councils, not just those that delayed their sale.

How will the change of dates impact our booth partners?

All our partners have been contacted and we are currently working with them on the new dates. 

How is the new Raspberry Rally Cookie impacted by this news?

Raspberry Rally is a cookie available only for direct shipment. It will be available starting on February 27. 

Why is Raspberry Rally available in a limited capacity?    

Raspberry Rally cookies were always intended to be available in a limited quantity and as a shipped-only option for the first year. 

Are we expecting a shortage of any specific cookie? 

No.

Is ABC Bakers having issues that affect their GSUSA councils?

No.

Have shipping costs increased?

We anticipate that the shipping costs will be the same as last year. 

Did you know Cookie Booths will now be during some spring breaks? 

Yes. We understand that our cookie season may align with a couple of spring break periods. However, there is still ample time for all girls to sell cookies, set up booths, and succeed.

Whom do I contact with additional questions?

If you have questions, please start by asking your Service Unit Product Program Representative. If they don’t have the answers, contact our Customer Care team at (801) 265-8472 or email info@gsutah.org.

Family & Girl Resources

Social Media Guidelines for Cookies

Girls can use social networking sites to gather sale commitments from family and friends. Please adhere to the following guidelines for girls/families/troops:

  • You can market to collect indications of interest from family and friends
  • You cannot post a girl’s Digital Cookie link on sites such as eBay, Craigslist, KSL Classifieds, Amazon, NextDoor, Facebook Marketplace, yard sale sites, etc.
  • All social media platforms should always be through accounts set to “private” or "closed"
  • Friends and family or a girl must not market or share a girl’s contact information, sales links, or sales information on public-facing online sites. This also includes social media groups that are labeled as “closed” but include members of the general public (city pages, special interest groups, yard sale sites, etc.). This ensures the safety of our girls and adherence to the cookie sale guidelines, as well as the numerous posting guidelines on websites and social media.
  • * Please note – it IS allowed to reply to someone’s post with a comment directing them to send you a private message for a link. You should not, however, be the original poster on public pages asking people to message you. You cannot use paid social media advertisements to promote a girl’s link or selling cookies in general.
  • Girls must sign the Girl Scout Internet Safety Pledge before doing any online activities, and all online activities must be under the supervision of an adult
  • Do not expose a girl’s email address, physical address, or phone number to the public
  • Girl Scouts under 13 can use their parent or guardian’s online sites with their approval and supervision
  • Girls over the age of 13 may work in partnership with an adult to market products online, using the social media of the adult or the girl’s social media sites

Full Social Media Guidelines

 

Cookie Rewards

Check out the 2023 Cookie Rewards for girls!

Troop Reward

Troops with a per girl average of 335+ boxes* in their initial order can earn a reward during the 2023 Cookie Program! Each girl that submitted an initial order, as well as the TPM, will receive a Go Bright Ahead t-shirt and 2023 patch. 
*Due to the delay in Digital Cookie shipped order availability, we lowered the threshold to earn this reward.

Troop Reward Info (PDF not updated with 335 threshold)

Older Girl Opt Out Program

Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador troops may choose to opt out of receiving rewards and instead earn additional Activity Credits! Troops may only opt out if the entire troop consists of Cadettes and above. Troops must submit the Older Girl Opt-Out Form in order to opt out of rewards.

Older Girl Opt Out Program

Activity Credits

Girl Scouts of Utah's Activity Credits encourage girls to participate in the cookie program. Activity Credits give parents/guardians the freedom to choose how to reward girls for their hard work. A girl and caregivers, not the adult leaders, decide how her Activity Credits will be utilized. Check out the Activity Credit Program for more details.

In-Person Order Taking

Initial Order: Collecting In-Person Orders of Girl Scout Cookies
The Initial Order Period begins Saturday, January 28. Traditional door-to-door order taking is allowed. This includes visiting businesses and other locations to take orders. When taking orders in-person, all GSU and local COVID-19 guidance must be followed. 

Cookie Sellers can make copies of the cookie lineup and give each customer a copy to keep, along with contact information in case they want to order more cookies later.

Girls or their parents write orders on the card, double-checking sale details and contact information, especially the customer’s phone number. Share with the customer that you will call or text to arrange delivery. You may use the Digital Cookie app to collect payment at time of order to help with a contactless porch drop delivery. Be sure to note on your order card that payment has been collected through the Digital Order app. You may want to share an approximate delivery date, so they know when to expect your call or text.

Girl order card - Printer file (don't forget about the Girl Scout FedEx printing discount!)

Delivery and Collection of Payment

Delivery and Collection of Payment
Prior to beginning any deliveries, separate orders by customer name into bags and mark each bag with the contents, customer name, and amount to be collected. Call or text the customer to arrange a time to deliver their cookies and discuss payment options.  

Upon arrival at the customers location, call or text to alert them that you are there. Place the order by the door and back up a safe distance. Then, collect payment—more details are available below. Note that the payment has been collected on your order card or in your Digital Cookie app.

If the customer has already paid for their order, you can deliver the cookies using a contactless porch drop. Call or text the customer when you have delivered their cookies. 

Consider scheduling trunk pick-ups at a central location and scheduling customer pick-up times to minimize the number of people there at once.

Thank the customer for their order. We suggest leaving your contact information to let them know how they can purchase additional Girl Scout Cookies until April 16, 2023. After each delivery, use hand sanitizer.

Contactless Payment
Cash apps are a great way for contactless payment. Cash apps such as Zelle and Square, etc. can be used for contactless payment from a customer to a troop bank account. Take payments over the phone whenever possible. Note: Venmo is not an accepted form of payment.

Credit Card Payment through Digital Cookie
Credit card payments can be accepted through the Digital Cookie app. Please check your training materials for detailed instructions.

Fees Associated with Credit Card Payments
GSU is covering all credit card fees incurred through the Digital Cookie app this year. Other cash apps, such as Zelle or Square, can be used to collect payment. However, if using cash apps other than Digital Cookie, the user will be responsible to cover any fees incurred.

Accepting Checks
Acceptance of checks is at the discretion of the Troop Leader. If the customer is paying with check during delivery, collect the check in a safe manner while maintaining social distancing.

In-Hand Sales of Girl Scout Cookies
Girls can take Girl Scout Cookies to sell directly to customers. When participating in this manner, girls and adults must adhere to all COVID-19 guidance, including the use of face coverings, social distancing, and proper hygiene standards. Whenever possible, utilize a contactless process.

Walkabouts

Complete a walkabout in your neighborhood! 
Walkabout Sales Flyer

Cookie Rallies

What is a Cookie Rally? It’s an event to “rally” your girls so they can launch their Cookie Business into a bright future!

While the Girl Scout Cookie Program is a great way to earn funds and helps many girls do amazing things, we know that it can and should go beyond “just” a fundraiser. It should also be a skill-building learning opportunity for the girls, and at Girl Scouts, we focus on the 5 Skills of the Cookie Program. A Cookie Rally is a great opportunity to join with other Girl Scouts and learn about those 5 Skills while having a blast! It’s like a big party!

Check with your Service Unit Product Program Representative to find a rally near you!

Gift of Caring

Virtual Gift of Caring through Digital Cookie

Customers can purchase Gift of Caring packages through Digital Cookie.  These cookie packages will be ordered and delivered to the Utah Food Bank by Girl Scouts of Utah. TPMs do not need to purchase these cookie packages in their initial orders or from the cookie cupboards.

Troop Gift of Caring

Your troop can reach out to an organization in your community to collect orders for and deliver those donated cookies to through the Troop Gift of Caring program. The troop will decide who to partner with, collect the donations, and personally deliver the donated packages of cookies. It’s a great way to give back while teaching the troop valuable life lessons!

Gift of Caring patches can be purchased through the GSU retail shops!

Online Options for Cookie Season

Online Options for the Girl Scout Cookie Program
The Girl Scout Cookie Program can be a 100% online program. Our online cookie platform, Digital Cookie, will allow girls to participate in the program virtually. 

Email
Girls can send emails to immediate friends and family through Digital Cookie for purchase of cookies. With these emails, friends and family can choose from girl delivery or direct ship options to receive their cookies.

Social Media Individual Girl Link
Girls and their parents can obtain a social media link through Digital Cookie. This allows girls and their parents to share the opportunity to purchase cookies to their social network. *Girls and parents are required to adhere to GSU’s Social Media Guidelines in regards to selling cookies.

Digital Cookie Troop Link
This is a shareable link automatically created for each troop in Digital Cookie. Troops can share this link with customers so they can pay online to purchase cookies and choose to have them shipped or delivered, or you can arrange directly with the customer to pick up at your cookie booth.

National Cookie Finder!
Beginning February 27, customers can search their zip code on the National Girl Scout Cookie Finder to purchase cookies from troops via the Direct Ship Troop Link. (Troops will be selected at random via a digital algorithm from GSUSA to receive credit.) To ensure your troop is included in the link and opted in, please follow our How To Guide

Digital Cookie

Please note: you must approve all Digital Cookie orders within 5 days, otherwise it will default to the customer's secondary delivery choice (either donate or cancel). 

A new girl should receive her Digital Cookie link between one hour and three days after receiving her membership information. 

If you are having any issues with Digital Cookie, please contact info@gsutah.org.

Placing a Troop Booth Pickup Order
How to Guide (PDF)
How to Video

National Cookie Finder
Beginning February 27, customers can search their zip code on the National Girl Scout Cookie Finder to purchase cookies from troops via the Direct Ship Troop Link. (Troops will be selected at random via a digital algorithm from GSUSA to receive credit.) To ensure your troop is included in the link and opted in, please follow our How To Guide

Digital Cookie Quick Tips for Troops

Training Videos from GSUSA

eBudde

eBudde has various training and tutorial documents and videos within the system. Login to your eBudde account to get started!

Looking for previous eBudde emails from GSU?

eBudde Manual - Troop Use

Cookie Booth Resources, Guides, & Tips

Booths: Availability, Signing Up, & Ordering Cookies

Booth Availability & Signing Up for Booths
To see what booths are available and sign up for booth slots, log in to your eBudde account.

Below is a list of locations that are NOT approved for booths for the 2023 season. We appreciate their previous partnership, respect their current decision, and hope to work with them again. Please do not contact these businesses for booths, as they have opted not to participate this year, and approaching individual locations could jeopardize our relationships in the future. We will update this list as we hear back from other locations.

– Associated Food Stores. This includes Ace Hardware, Dan's, Dick's, Fresh Market, Lin's and Maceys

Contactless Payment

Contactless Payment
Cash apps are a great way for contactless payment. Cash apps such as Zelle and Square, etc. can be used for contactless payment from a customer to a troop bank account. Take payments over the phone whenever possible. Note: Venmo is not an accepted form of payment.

Credit Card Payment through Digital Cookie
Credit card payments can be accepted through the Digital Cookie app. Please check your training materials for detailed instructions.

Bling Your Booth

Did you know over 50% of cookie customers would increase their purchase if they knew it supported your goals and adventures? Deck your booth out in camp gear, highlight a service project, feature a safety theme, and more! Make sure to highlight or show your cookie goal and enter the Bling Your Booth contest. Details for 2023 coming soon!

Cookie Cupboards & Cookies on the Go

Cookie Cupboards
After initial order delivery day, additional cookies are stored and can be picked up from cupboards. Please place your cookie cupboard order at least one hour prior to picking up at a cupboard.

Unsure how to place a cupboard order? Watch the 'how to' video!

Cookies on the Go
We are excited to announce that we will be offering a weekly cookie delivery to the Tooele, Park City, Heber, and Logan areas! 2023 information coming soon.

Cookie Booth Checklist & Resources
Cookie Booth Resources:

Looking for a way to keep your cookie booth inventory organized and accurate? Download the handy Cookie Booth Inventory Tracker template form to help your troop keep track of sales and inventory during your cookie booths!

If I have multiple troops and one girl wants to sell with the other troop, is this possible? Is this possible, and how would I facilitate this?
Yes. This is only possible for troops that are with the same Troop Product Manager. This can be facilitated with a troop to troop transfer. Please keep in mind that when cookies are transferred from one troop to another, the financial responsibility is now on the new troop. The troop product manager must the transfer the corresponding money to the other account in order to cover their cookie bill.
* This does not apply to Juliettes, as Juliettes do not participate with troops. 

“My Sales” Troop Cookie Booths

Troops are encouraged to contact businesses outside of the council secured booth locations to conduct a troop booth at. TPMs need to download the “My Sales” Troop Cookie Booth Form and have the location sign it. Once it is signed the TPM will enter the information into eBudde for approval from GSU. Signed agreements need to be emailed to cookies@gsutah.org. Your booth will not be approved until the signed agreement form has been submitted to GSU.

“My Sales” Troop Cookie Booth Form

Goal Getter Card

Goal Getter Phase

This is the second part of the cookie program, between when girls turn in their initial orders and when they receive the cookies. Girls may continue to go door-to-door and collect orders using the Goal Getter Order Card as well as through Digital Cookie. 

Goal Getter Order Card

Gift of Caring

Virtual Gift of Caring through Digital Cookie

Customers can purchase Gift of Caring packages through Digital Cookie.  These cookie packages will be ordered and delivered to the Utah Food Bank by Girl Scouts of Utah. TPMs do not need to purchase these cookie packages in their initial orders or from the cookie cupboards.

Troop Gift of Caring

Your troop can reach out to an organization in your community to collect orders for and deliver those donated cookies to through the Troop Gift of Caring program. The troop will decide who to partner with, collect the donations, and personally deliver the donated packages of cookies. It’s a great way to give back while teaching the troop valuable life lessons!

Gift of Caring patches can be purchased through the GSU retail shops!

Printable Resources
Use the resources from GSUSA and Little Brownie Bakers to help set your cookie booth up for safety and success!

Printing Discount
You can get the Girl Scouts discount at any FedEx Office & Print location in Utah! FedEx associates have asked that you visit their website before calling or visiting so you know what you would like to order. Make sure to tell them you are with Girl Scouts of Utah when you call or visit to place your order. If asked for the account number, please use 0927920255. If you have any issues, please email marketing@gsutah.org. 
* This discount may only be used for Girl Scout-related printed materials, not for personal use.
Where Girl Scout Cookie Money Goes

Where does the $5/package go?
When you buy a package of Girl Scout Cookies, most of the money stays with the Girl Scout you purchased cookies from, her troop, and right here in our local community. Proceeds from the Girl Scout Cookie Program fund new adventures and the life-changing opportunities girls get at Girl Scouts—from educational trips and activities to community projects to spending the summer at camp.

Emergency Numbers

We understand our volunteers and parents may run into situations this Cookie Season that require immediate response from the council. If you are out in the public at a cookie booth, walkabout, or hosting a virtual cookie booth and have urgent questions outside of GSU’s business hours , please use the contact information below for each of the instances described:

Urgent cookie-related questions:
Allison, Product Program Manager, at (801) 891-8395

Urgent questions regarding sensitive topics or media:
Audra, Director of Marketing, at (385) 266-3776  

Girl Scout emergencies, injuries, etc.
24-Hour GSU Emergency Hotline (801) 483-3413

Social Media Toolkit

Social Media Guidelines

Girls can use social networking sites to gather sale commitments from family and friends. Please adhere to the following guidelines for girls/families/troops:

  • You can market to collect indications of interest from family and friends
  • You cannot post a girl’s Digital Cookie link on sites such as eBay, Craigslist, KSL Classifieds, Amazon, NextDoor, Facebook Marketplace, yard sale sites, etc.
  • All social media platforms should always be through accounts set to “private” or "closed"
  • Friends and family or a girl must not market or share a girl’s contact information, sales links, or sales information on public-facing online sites. This also includes social media groups that are labeled as “closed” but include members of the general public (city pages, special interest groups, yard sale sites, etc.). This ensures the safety of our girls and adherence to the cookie sale guidelines, as well as the numerous posting guidelines on websites and social media.
  • * Please note – it IS allowed to reply to someone’s post with a comment directing them to send you a private message for a link. You should not, however, be the original poster on public pages asking people to message you. You cannot use paid social media advertisements to promote a girl’s link or selling cookies in general.
  • Girls must sign the Girl Scout Internet Safety Pledge before doing any online activities, and all online activities must be under the supervision of an adult
  • Do not expose a girl’s email address, physical address, or phone number to the public
  • Girl Scouts under 13 can use their parent or guardian’s online sites with their approval and supervision
  • Girls over the age of 13 may work in partnership with an adult to market products online, using the social media of the adult or the girl’s social media sites

Full Social Media Guidelines

 

Profile Pictures, Cover Photos, Story Photos, and Posts

Below are profile pictures, cover photos, story images, and graphics and suggested captions for you to use on social media this Girl Scout Cookie Season. Just click the image to download the file, right click on the image to save it, and, for social posts, copy and past the text into your favorite platform. As a reminder, you may not post a girl’s contact information, sales links, or sales information on public-facing online sites. However, you may reply to someone’s comment directing them to send you a private message for a link. You cannot use paid social media advertisements to promote a girl’s link or selling cookies in general. Find more social resources from Little Brownie Bakers!

Social Media Posts

  • 21_MarComm_CookiePromo_LBB_SM

    Suggested Post:
    Smile! It’s Girl Scout Cookie Time! 

  • Booths_CountDown2_ItsCookieTime

    Suggested Post:
    Do a happy dance, Girl Scout Cookie fans! It's officially cookie time!

  • Booths_CountDown_ItsGirlScoutCookieTime

    Suggested Post:
    The wait is finally over! Girl Scout Cookies are here!

  • VirtualTools_GirlScoutCookieSeasonSafety

    Suggested Post:
    This Girl Scout Cookie Season, we're putting safety first. Ask me about our low-contact and contactless delivery options!

  • GirlInspo_MakeTodaySweet

    Suggested Post:
    The best way to make today sweet? Girl Scout Cookies! Ask me how you can get your hands on some and support girls.

Cookie Booth Social Media Posts

  • InPersonBooths_BoothsOpen

    Suggested Post:
    Do you have a favorite Girl Scout Cookie? Stock up at our upcoming cookie booth!

  • InPersonBooths_BoothsStartToday

    Suggested Post:
    Stop by our cookie booth! Girls are ready with all your favorite Girl Scout Cookies, including our new Adventureful cookie.

  • Booths_CountDown2_ItsCookieTime

    Suggested Post:
    Are you ready? Pull up to the party at our cookie booth and grab your favorites! It's Girl Scout Cookie time.

Profile Pictures

  • CookieChampions_ProudMom
  • CookieChampions_ProudDad
  • CookieChampions_ProudVolunteer
  • CookieHeart_ProfilePicture_2021
  • CookieChampions_ProudFan
  • CookieChampions_ProudSupporter

Cover Photos

  • CoverImage_ShapesItsCookeTime2
  • CoverImage_BrandsShapes
  • CoverImage_ThemeItsCookieTime
  • CoverImage_ThemeItsCookieTime2

Social Media Story Images

  • Stories_ItsCookieTime2
  • Stories_ItsCookieTime
  • Stories_CookieBrands3
  • Stories_CookieBrands2
  • Stories_CookieBrands
  • Stories_GirlScoutCookies
Hashtags & Contests

Cookie Commercial Contest
Spotlight your small business with a cookie commercial! Girls and troops are invited to create a video with their best sales pitch for why customers should buy cookies and how their purchase helps the troop or girl accomplish their goals. The commercial should be at least 10 seconds but no longer than 30. Plus, participating in the contest helps you earn a step of the new Cookie Business badges, regardless of your Girl Scout level. (See contest flyer for more information.)

Submissions are due by March 7 as a link to a video or an attachment emailed to marketing@gsutah.org. Please include the girl's name(s), Girl Scout level, and troop number. The contest is limited to one entry per Girl Scout or Girl Scout troop, and you must be participating in the 2022 Cookie Program. (Girl Scouts can submit an individual entry as well as be part of a troop entry. However, participants are limited to one entry per individual and troop category.)

Video submissions may be featured on Girl Scouts of Utah's social media channels. Prizes will be awarded to one Girl Scout and one Girl Scout troop. Winners will be announced on social media March 11 (date subject to change depending on number of entries).

Download the Cookie Commercial Contest flyer.

Bling Your Booth
Did you know over 50% of cookie customers would increase their purchase if they knew it supported your goals and adventures? Deck your booth out in camp gear, highlight a service project, feature a safety theme, and more! Make sure to highlight or show your cookie goal and enter the Bling Your Booth contest.

Check back for more information for 2023 participation!

Girl Scout Week - Show off your Small Business
Saturday of Girl Scout Week is all about showing off your small business this cookie season. Share photos of your cookie booths or walkabouts with us on social by tagging us (@gsutah on Instagram or @girlscoutsofutah on Facebook) or using the hashtag #GSUGirlScoutWeek

50 State Challenge

Calling all cookie entrepreneurs! We challenge you to make a Digital Cookie direct ship sale in every U.S. state! Get creative with your digital marketing, and if you can get all 50 states by the end of cookie season, you will receive a $50 Visa gift card! Share your progress using #gsu50states and tag us!
Completed our challenge? Fill out our form

Cookie Program Dates

Important Dates
Download the updated 2023 calendar

  • January 24, 2023 - Early access to Digital Cookie opens; girls can set up their storefront and send emails.
  • January 28, 2023 - Cookie Program officially begins; girls start taking orders
  • February 12, 2023 - Order taking for Initial Order phase ends.
  • February 13 - March 17, 2023 - Order taking for Goal Getter phase
  • February 27, 2023 - Digital Cookie direct ship option available to cookie customers
  • March 3-5, 2023 - National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend
  • March 18, 2023 - Service unit warehouse cookie pickup day
  • March 24 - April 8, 2023 - Cookie Booths
  • April 16, 2023 - Cookie Program ends

Week by Week
Download the Cookies Week by Week document for an in-depth look at each phase of the cookie season.

Forms & Council Resources

TPM Forms & Resources

Not registered as a Troop Product Manager yet? This Product Program Manager Guide will walk you through the registration process. 

New Troop Product Managers
New to the Girl Scout Cookie Program? The Cookie Rookie Guidebook will help you get started! 

Product Manager Agreement Form
Troop Product Managers are required to complete the Troop Product Program Manager Agreement form to gain access to the eBudde cookie system. This system will allow you to enter your troop’s orders, view your sales, and follow along with all the phases of the cookie program. Access to the site will not be granted until the agreement form has been completed.

Troop Program Manager Manuals

The Troop Program Manager Manual is your go-to resource for all things cookies, including cookie cupboard locations, important dates, and tutorials.

Parent/Guardian Permission and Responsibility Agreement Form

Palm Oil Toolkit
Access our FAQs if any customers ask questions regarding palm oil and Girl Scout Cookies.
Reference the full Palm Oil Toolkit, which includes tips on guiding girls so they understand the use of sustainable palm oil.

SUPPR Forms & Resources

Please contact info@gsutah.org for a SUPPR agreement form, if needed.

Council Trainings & Webinars

Troop Product Manager Training

This Training can be used by SUPPRs to train their Troop Product Managers. It is also a great resource for TPMs to look back on when they have questions. Troop Product Managers should let their SUPPRs know when they have completed this online training resource.

Troop Product Manager Training - PPT

SUPPR Training 

This training is used by GSU to train the Service Unit Product Program Representative. 

Girl and Family Training 

This PowerPoint can be used by TPMs to train their girls and parents.  You may edit this training to fit your needs and add in specific information that pertains to your troop such as dates and cookie delivery times.

Girl and Family Training - PPT

Juliette Girl and Family Training

This training is specifically for Girls and Families participating in the Cookie Program as Juliette Girl Scouts. All Juliette families are required to complete this training, even if they sold in past years.

Juliette Girl and Family Training - see Activities Calendar for trainings in January. 
Note: this training is for girls selling cookies through the Juliette program; it is NOT a substitute training for girls selling in troops. 

eBudde Communications

Emails sent through eBudde are archived here. Check back for communications you may have missed!