Girl Scouts “Fill the Truck” to Benefit Active Duty Military, Veterans, and Local Heroes
Join local Girl Scouts in Bristol and “Fill the Truck” with Girl Scout Cookies for active duty military personnel and veterans. The public is invited to stop by Bristol Eastern High School, 632 King Street, on Saturday, November 11, between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Individuals may purchase Girl Scout Cookies for themselves, or donate a box in support of Girl Scouts of Connecticut’s Cookies for Heroes program.
Through this program, Girl Scouts of Connecticut partners with organizations throughout the state to send cookies to men and women serving our country overseas and at home, to our veterans, and to local heroes. Children and adults will also have the opportunity to make cards while purchasing cookies, which will accompany the boxes sent to our deserving heroes. To further support our heroes, there will be collection boxes set up for those who wish to donate personal hygiene items for active military personnel.
For more information about the Cookies for Heroes program or the Girl Scout Cookie Program please contact (800) 922-2770 or email@example.com.
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