Looking for Girl Scout Cookies?

It's that time again and for those seeking Thin Mints, etc., here's where you can find the cookies locally.


It's Girl Scout cookies season again. 

Eight varieties of cookies are available: include Samoas, Thin Mints, Tagalongs, Do-Di-dos, Trefoils, Savannah Smiles, Dulce de Leche and Thank U Berry Munch. Each box costs $4. 

The sale of Girl Scout cookies gives girls a chance to fundraise to achieve the goals they’ve set for themselves, as well as help other community organizations and the military. 

So where can you get your cookie fix in and around Princeton? We put out a call on Facebook and here's are some local Girls Scouts you can buy from.

  • Princeton Girl Scouts will sell cookies every Saturday and Sunday at Palmer Square from 9-1, from now until February 17. If you want to buy some in between, you can call Ann Robotti at 609-902-3676.
  • Princeton Girl Scout troops have cookie booths set up every weekend on Palmer Square. Sue Evans' Princeton Troop 71839 will be a Palmer Square on Feb. 9 from 9-11, and on Sunday Feb. 17 from 11-1. Or email Sue cssamevans@comcast.net to place an order directly.
  • Lina Zahlan's daughter is selling cookies via email linazahlan@msn.com) or phone 609-532-2425

You may also search for other cookie selling locations or purchase cookies online at www.girlscoutsjs.org/cookies.

PrincetonIQ January 23, 2013 at 05:03 AM
While I certainly appreciate the goal of teaching girls how to run a business, it's ridiculous to do so by selling nutritionally deficit, sugar-loaded and carb-loaded junk food. I think we should be boycotting these sales instead of supporting and publicly endorsing and promoting them. The FAQs are equally ridiculous, saying it's ok to eat junk food in moderation and defending the lack of low-fat and low-carb options by saying there's no demand. Billions are made by annually by U.S. food manufacturers that sell healthier snack options. A better program would be to sell a snack food with nutritional value, and teach the girls how you can make money by offering great products that are good for people. Making money and learning a sales lesson by getting grandma and grandpa to buy junk cookies isn't very valuable.


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