Troop 11549’s Cookie Pin Show. A Poem of Our Journey. This is the story of our cookie sale, The journey in which we nearly prevailed. If you sit back, relax, and enjoy the show, About our desperate battle you will know. Goals. We chose to become a super troop,
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Troop 11549’s Cookie Pin Show
A Poem of Our Journey
This is the story of our cookie sale,
The journey in which we nearly prevailed.
If you sit back, relax, and enjoy the show,
About our desperate battle you will know.
We chose to become a super troop,
That which was hard, and left us pooped.
We brainstormed people to whom we could sell,
But many of them had Girl Scouts as well.
Christie and Nicole demonstrating cookie sales.
A kick-off of cookies, oh my! how fun,
Sell those cookies till there are none.
Eat a Cinnaspin if you please,
To your tongue they taunt and tease.
These younger girls make thank you cards while waiting on their Cinnaspins.
Remember Linus, friend of our dear Charlie Brown?
Carrying around that blanket, he seems like a clown.
Our service project was to give a sense of security,
To those who needed the feel of serenity.
Project Linus gives blankets to kids who need them.
Next year, we’ll try harder than ever,
What this year, we could have done better.
We’ll remember our goals, that we had forgot,
Because in Girl Scouts they’re all we’ve got.
Younger girls learning to count money.
Sabrina and Katie wait for their turn for cookie booth demonstrations at our service unit wide kick-off.
We made 29 fleece blankets in all with the help of two other troops for our service project.
Nicole and Christie sell together at a booth to go towards our troop goal of 1784 boxes. If we sell enough, we can spend the night on the Elyssa.
Ashley sells as a Peanut Butter Sandwich. We hope that the costumes will help improve our sales.
Melody’s a Shortbread cookie! We use the level display to make our cookies visible.
We fell short of our goal, due to lack of help on our last booth. We had to shut down early and transfer the remainder of our cookies to another troop. Next year, we will make our parents aware of our goals, and we will become more aware of how close we were to super troop.
We thank you for watching our presentation.
We hope you enjoyed it.
One last thing…
The next time that you buy a box,
Remember to say, GIRL SCOUT COOKIES ROCK YOUR SOCKS!!!