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Local Girl Scouts celebrate end of successful year

Jul 12, 2017
PHOTO SUBMITTED Twelve of the 17 Jefferson County Girl Scouts recognized for selling 500 or more boxes of Girl Scout cookies pose with their certificates and prizes during the End of the Year Ceremony June 11 in the Fairfield Middle School cafetorium.Altogether, Jefferson County Girl Scout troops sold a total of 20,744 boxes of cookies – with 5,381 of them being thin mints and 4,316 being Samoas. Last year, the total number sold was 14,927.The top individual sellers were: Laney Bowers, 753 boxes; Caroline Van Pelt, 753 boxes; Dorotea Orgovanyi, 1,004 boxes; and Lana White, 1,068 boxes.

The Jefferson County Girl Scouts had their annual End of the Year Ceremony June 11.

The following awards were presented:

Presidential Volunteer Service Award: Kristen Daugherty, Silver level.

25 Years of Service: Sandy Davisson.

Volunteer of Excellence Award: Janel Orgovanyi and Jaime Allen.

100+ Fall Product Sellers: Dorotea Orgovanyi, 100 items; Hailey Burke, 108 items; and Lana White, 152 items.

500+ Cookie Sellers: Mya Emick, 500 boxes; Lena Nelson, 500 boxes; Jaden Haynes, 500 boxes; Savannah Garretson, 500 boxes; Alaina Allen, 500 boxes; Brooklyn Boggess, 500 boxes; Nadia Royer, 512 boxes; Hailey Burke, 544 boxes; Hailey Brinkmeier, 554 boxes; Leigha Metcalf, 557 boxes; Frances Miller, 600 boxes; Mareyn Dunkin, 702 boxes; Merrick Flanagan, 750 boxes; Laney Bowers, 753 boxes; Caroline Van Pelt, 753 boxes; Dorotea Orgovanyi, 1,004 boxes; and Lana White, 1,068 boxes.

Jefferson County Girl Scouts had an increase in fall sales this past year. A total of 1,789 products were sold compared to 1,414 products the previous year.

Cashews were the top-selling product in the area with 139 units sold. Deluxe Pecan Clusters came in close behind at 135 units sold.

Top-selling troops in the fall sales were: Troop 9408, 602 products sold; Troop 1066, 359 products sold; and Troop 9649, 281 products sold.

Top-selling girls in the fall sales were: Lana White, 152 items sold; Hailey Burke, 108 items sold; and Dorotea Orgovanyi, 100 items sold.

Jefferson County Girl Scouts had an increase in cookie sales this year as well. A total of 20,744 boxes of cookies were sold; last year the total was 14,927.

Thin mints were the top-selling cookie in the area, with a total of 5,381 boxes, followed by Samoas at 4,316 boxes.

Top-selling troops were: Troop 9408, 8,309 boxes; Troop 9649, 3,557 boxes; and Troop 2564, 3,466 boxes.

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