Girl Scout cookie sale March 10th only!

Calling all Girl Scout cookie fans!

Girl Scouts of Maine Troop 518 brave the cold at their March 2011 cookie booth sale. will hold a cookie sale on Saturday, March 10 from noon-3 pm at the Harlow Gallery. The cookies, which freeze well, cost $3.50 per box. The eight troop members are working towards a fall 2013 trip to Savannah, Georgia to visit the historic birthplace of Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low. The cookie sale is one of several fundraisers needed for their trip.

Harlow Gallery Executive Director Deborah Fahy suggested the idea of having a Girl Scout cookie sale at the art gallery. “The Harlow Gallery hosts many community events and we are very appreciative of the opportunity to have a sale there,” noted troop leader Sara Hodgkins. “Girl Scout cookie sales allow the girls to practice their communication and customer service skills with the public,” she added. The Girl Scout Cookie Program is the premiere business and economic literacy program for girls in the United States. Through the cookie sales activity, girls develop important leadership skills they will use throughout their lives.

Girl Scouts of Maine provides services and support to over 16,000 girl and adult members statewide and builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. For information on Girl Scouts or to volunteer, call 1-888-922-4763 or visit

For more information on the cookie sale, please contact Sara Hodgkins, leader of Girl Scouts of Maine Troop 518 at (207) 623-


Members of Girl Scouts of Maine Troop 518 brave the cold at their March 2011 cookie booth sale. The girls, who sold almost 200 boxes that chilly day, are from left to right, Annie McKee, Annabelle Houghton, Mari Smith, Anne Wallace, and Anna Hodgkins.