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Buy Girl Scout Cookies, Support Men & Women Soldiers

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DELMARVA - Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay are making a difference for armed forces overseas through their Girl Scout cookies.

For $4, customers can buy cookies and designate their purchase to Operation Taste of Home. Customers will not receive the boxes of cookies they purchase, but instead, the Council will make arrangements for the delivery of the boxes of cookies to the service men and women overseas and to the local agencies.

According to reports, in 2013, 27,787 boxes of Operation Taste of Home cookies were purchased and donated to 12 military support organizations, including the USO at Dover Air Force base, Steel Magnolia Ministries, Operation We Care and the Military Support Affinity Group, as well as nearly 100 local charities across the Delmarva Peninsula

To donate cookies through Operation Taste of Home, call the Cookie Hotline at 1-800-YUM-YUM-2, visit one of the many cookie booth sales across the peninsula in February and March, or send a check made payable to GSCB, with OTH on the memo line, to Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay, 501 S. College Avenue, Newark, DE  19713. To learn more about Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay, visit their website.

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