Nassau Girl Scouts ship 1 million cookies to troops

There is a sweet show of support in Garden city for our troops overseas. This morning, the Girl Scouts of Nassau County are shipping 1

Operation Cookie is now in its 8th year

Operation Cookie is now in its 8th year and came about through donations from community members. (March 28, 2013 7:34 PM)

There is a sweet show of support in Garden city for our troops overseas. This morning, the Girl Scouts of Nassau County shipped 1 million cookies to U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Bahrain. Operation Cookie is now in its eighth year and came about through donations from community members. DHL is also donating its services to ship the 50,000 cookie boxes....

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