Girl Scouts of Hawaii are taking a bite out of this year’s cookie season

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Girl Scouts of Hawaii are taking a bite out of this year's 2018 cookie season.

Beginning Feb. 22 through March 31, Girl Scouts will be selling cookies at various locations across the islands. Eager fans can pre-order these delicious treats now through February from their favorite Girl Scout and through Digital Cookie, the online ordering platform, with delivery scheduled for the end of February.

"The Girl Scout Cookie Program is an essential part of the overall Girl Scout experience as girls learn important life skills such goal setting, problem solving and money management while participating in the world's largest girl-led business," said chief executive officer Shari Chang.

"Every year, scouts across Hawaii sell cookies door-to-door, at cookie booths or online with Digital Cookie, in which all earnings are used to support troop activities and service projects benefiting their local communities," Chang said,

Flavors available include Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Trefoils and the rest of your favorites. The Girl Scout Cookie is so much more than just a seasonal snack, it's the basis for the Girl Scout Cookie Program, which teaches girls the "5 Skills" of goal setting, decision-making, money management, people skills, and business ethics. As young entrepreneurs, the program encourages Girl Scouts to embark on new adventures, learn from failures and persevere to become young ladies of courage, confidence and character.

To learn more about the Girl Scout Cookie Program and to find Girl Scouts selling cookies near you, visit

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