Girl Greatness starts with a box of cookies!

Guiders were in the parking lot at McMynn's Family Foods last weekend; this weekend cookie sales moves to the Rock Creek Store.

Girl Guide mint cookies are available now. Sales help fund local Guiding activities. You may well discover a sale table set up somewhere in the Boundary in the next while. Boxes are also available at Greenwood Country Store

The mint cookies are available now. Sales help fund local Guiding activities. You may well discover a sale table set up somewhere in the Boundary in the next while. Boxes are also available at Greenwood Country Store, The Spot and Bored Room Bistro in Midway. After the Guides finished selling in front of McMynn’s Family Foods last Saturday they went over to the Kettle River Museum where they made an investment in the future—they planted some bulbs in the garden.

 

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