Where to Find Girl Scout Cookies in Cartersville

It's that time of year to buy Girl Scout cookies! Buy them now from local troops and find out when booth sales start.

As a former Girl Scout, there are a few important things to know: the Girl Scout Promise and Girl Scout Law by heart, all the songs you sing at camps down cold and the perfect speech for selling Girl Scout cookies in your town.

I still know the Girl Scout Law, I haven’t forgotten the lyrics (and accompanying dance steps) to Make New Friends, and I’ll always remember ringing the neighbor’s doorbells with my Brownie sash on, ready to recite why they needed at least 20 boxes of Thin Mints.

Girl Scout Cookie Season is now upon us, which means that you now have the chance to buy 20 boxes of Thin Mints, if you so desire (which I’m sure you do).

So, where can you buy Girl Scout cookies in Cartersville? You have a few options:

  • Contact some of our Facebook fans who represent local troops, including:

Kelly Myers Adams—Troop 6106
Stacie Cornwell
—Troop 12141
Beverly Stillwell
—Troop 13601
Casey Robinson
or Angela Clark—Troop 643
Jen Ryer Gage
—Troop 12159

  • Sales of Girl Scout cookies outside local stores, such as CVS and Walmart, begin mid-February and continue through the beginning of March. Visit the Girl Scout website and enter one of our zip codes in the "Find Cookies!" browser to find the most convenient for you.
  • Also, download the free Cookie Finder app on your smartphone for sales closest to your neighborhood.
  • Call your local Girl Scout council and find their information here.

If you need to be reacquainted with your old favorites and newcomers, here is a list of available Girl Scout cookies for purchase:

  • Thin Mints
  • Samoas
  • Tagalongs
  • Trefoils
  • Do-si-dos
  • Lemonades
  • Savannah Smiles
  • Thanks-A-Lot
  • Dulce de Leche
  • Mango Cremes
  • Thank U Berry Munch

Happy scouting for cookies!

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