It’s cookie time in Harlan


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Girls Scouts in Harlan County are selling cookies again.

Most are familiar with scouts selling cookies in person, but now they are available online through the “Digital Cookie” website.

The Digital Cookie platform helps prepare girls to be leaders in the fast-paced ecommerce world of today. Girls enjoy a whole new level of learning, taking the five Skills they already gain through the Girl Scout Cookie Program and adding engaging, dynamic and interactive new tools, as well as fun new upgrades.

With the Digital Cookie platform, girls can customize the way they learn and earn, using technology in a whole new way and earning cool cookie badges along the way.

Cookies will still be sold in person by scouts, but members will also be able to send emails to customers inviting them to visit their personalized cookie website where people can order cookies and have them delivered.

Kentucky’s Wilderness Road has increased cookies to $4 a box to maintain and expand the quality of the cookie program. This is the first price increase in seven year.

Scouts are offering a dozen of mouth-water flavors including Thin Mints, Shortbreads, Caramel deLites, Peanut Butter Sandwich, Peanut Butter Patties, Lemonades, Cranberry Citrus Crisps and Thanks-A-Lots.

Some troops are also offering limited time Trios which are $5 a bag and gluten free.

Girl Scout leaders in Harlan are Angie Lewis, Lauren Ingram and Jamie Blair from Cumberland; Kathy Cauley from Dayhoit; Tammy Roark from Baxter; Karen Stephens from Wallins and Velinia Blanton from Wallins.

For more information, call 606-344-8312.

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