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Guy Harrison
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These recruits are in 4019 and unless the graduation date has changed, they are planned graduate on June 6. My recruit is seen several times through out the video.  This is first I have seen of her since May 10th.
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I will add some details to your report.  I am a gluten free Cookie Dad for my daughters troop and we have the GF cookies for sale. Overall I am very glad they have a GF option for Girl Scout cookies. I am interested to see if they will expand the market for these cookies. Girls Scouts works with two bakers to make cookies and each council is free to chose either one. These cookies are made by ABC Bakers, part of Interbake. The other bakery is Little Brownie Bakers, A Kelllogg company. The two bakers offer the Thin Mints.  ABC made the GF cookies for this year. I have the ones with eggs if they made two versions. They have Rice/tapioca/guar gum/baking soda/potato starch/xanthum gum flour, butter, dried cane sugar, chocolate chips, water, vanilla extract, salt cocoa powder and egg whites.

The price is dependent on your local council, we are selling them for $4 per package and they are outside the "normal" cookie sales stream. I assume this is because the have have a higher cost. The money the girls earn is split between the council and the troop.  the troop gets 60-70 cents per package sold, the baker get about $0.80 to 1.00 per box and the council get the difference. The Council money supports the councils programs. In my area this includes the programs and camps as well and the overall administration. The girls can do whatever they want with the money they earn and it ranges from buying dog food for shelters to buying supplies for troop activities to taking trips.
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Thanks so much Guy for adding those extra details to my review.  It will be helpful to future visitors of this video.  Much appreciated my friend. ~Anne
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Antelope, Ca
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Sacramento, CA
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Data Analysis and Business Intelligence
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  • Superior Vision
    Data Analysis and Business Intelligence, 2006 - present
  • MAXIMUS
    Manager, Data Conversion, 2001 - 2006
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Store Closing Feb, 2012
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He's done my hair for more than 10 years. His shop is not convenient to my home... nor my job but I still go there every time. If you like scissors, straight razors, eyebrow trims and and barber poles,... Norm is your guy.
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