Celebrate Girl Scout Week

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Mmmm ... Girl Scout cookies! Credit: Girl Scouts

If you can still recite the Girl Scout Pledge ("On my honor, I will try to serve God and my country, to help people at all times and to live by the Girl Scout Law"), why not help celebrate Girl Scout Week?

From March 6-12, troops across the country will celebrate the first Girl Scout meeting, held March 12, 1912, in Savannah, Ga. Some ways to celebrate?
  • Buy Girl Scout cookies. Just hit your local grocery store, and you're sure to find a troop selling Thin Mints, Tagalongs, Samoas and more. Load up. They go quickly.
  • Pick up a Girl Scout hoodie. Perfect for spring, this blue and white striped pullover features a small Girl Scout patch, $36. At GirlScoutShop.com.
  • Grab a collectible. Commemorate next year's 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts with a mug, $11, pen, $1.50 or T-shirt, $12-$16. All at GirlScoutShop.com.
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