Cookies, Cookies, And More Cookies: Yarmouth Girl Scout Crowned Top Seller

Photo: Girl Scouts Of Eastern Massachusetts

BOSTON (WBZNewsRadio) - Girl Scout Cookie season may have come to an end, but one Daisy Girl Scout is still celebrating the sweet season, as the youngest top Girl Scout Cookie seller in the last decade.

When Girl Scout Cookie season began back in December, Emma set a goal to be the top seller in Eastern Massachusetts. The young Daisy Girl Scout from Yarmouth went door to door, set up a booth at local businesses and even advertised on her family's car. Her hard work paid off, she sold a whopping 3,668 boxes and not only earned the top selling spot, but also became the youngest top Girl Scout Cookie seller in the last ten years.

"I love being out in the community and selling Girl Scout Cookies," said Emma. "I am so excited to participate in all the fun events Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts has planned for me including speaking at Canobie Lake Park and being CEO for the Day in August."

The year more than 14,000 Girl Scouts in Eastern Massachusetts took part in Cookie season, selling more than 2.2 million packages of cookies.

"I am so proud of Emma and all of our Girl Scouts who sold Girl Scout Cookies this past year," said Barbara Fortier, CEO of Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts. "The Girl Scout Cookie program fuels entrepreneurship in our Girl Scouts at a very young age and shows them the rewards of hard work and dedication."

Girl Scout Cookie season typically runs from December through March but varies depending on location. The program aims to teach young people about entrepreneurship through essential skills like public speaking, money management, and decision making.

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