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HARVARD — The Girl Scouts have begun their annual door-to-door, order-taking cookie sale that will run through March 6.

There are two new cookies this year — Reduced fat Cartwheels (cinnamon-oatmeal bites) and Thanks-A-Lot (crunchy, fudge-coated treats) — in addition to the long time favorites, such as Thin Mints, Caramel Delites, Peanut Butter Sandwich, Peanut Butter Patties, Shortbread and our reduced fat Lemon Pastry Creams.

If a Girl Scout doesn’t come to your door, and you’d like to place an order, call Liz Hawkes at (978) 456-8358. The cookies will be delivered in late February.

All proceeds from the sale stay in central Massachusetts, directly benefiting the Girl Scout troops. The sale teaches the girls important skills for success in the real world, like responsible money management and goal-setting. Many of today’s businesswomen cite selling Girl Scout cookies as their first step toward successful careers.

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