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Snellville Mayor Issues Proclamation in Honor of National Girl Scout Cookie Day

The day has been recognized nationwide, and will be recognized in an official proclamation during the Feb. 11 Snellville council meeting.

National Girl Scout Cookie Day was Friday, February 8.

The national event is a celebration of what the Girl Scouts describe as the "world's largest girl-led business."

During the Feb. 11 Snellville council meeting, Mayor Kelly Kautz and council will recognize the day for the commitment Girl Scouting has made to support the leadership development of girls in the State of Georgia. 

The Girl Scouts website lists several ways to support your local Girl Scouts:

-- Is your daughter involved in selling Girl Scout cookies? Share your experiences and locations in the comments below.

Snellville Tod February 10, 2013 at 01:51 PM
My daughters have loved Scouting. They are looking forward to their cookie booth next Saturday and Sunday 8 am to 1 pm at Main Street Restaurant.

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