Girl Scout Cookies go on sale January 4 - Cincinnati News, Weather, Sports from FOX19 NOW-WXIX

It's Girl Scout Cookie time...

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Beginning Friday, Jan. 4, girls in western Ohio will begin taking Girl Scout cookie orders. 

Girl Scouts of Western Ohio will offer a total of six Girl Scout cookies: Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Trefoils, Do-Si-Dos and Savannah Smiles.  

Girl Scouts of Western Ohio also announce the addition of snack bars, made with rolled oats, crispy cereal flakes and chewy granola and a chocolaty-smooth coating. There are two varieties—Double Dutch and Tagalongs.  Girl Scout snack bars are individually wrapped in packages of five. 

Girls from the Comet Skippers, a Mason-based jump rope team were chosen to be featured on the Double Dutch snack bar marketing materials. All girls featured are Girl Scouts; several are from Troops 44763 and 46914.  Quinn Robinson, fifth grader at Mason Intermediate School, and Ally Astles, seventh grader at Mason Middle School, are the jumpers in the photograph, featured on the Double Dutch snack bar box.  Sarah Cramer, a ninth grader at William Mason High School, is the left jump rope turner on the snack bar wrapper.  In addition, a photo on Little Brownie Bakers' website, includes Quinn Robinson (previously mentioned); Aleia Louden, a fifth grader at Mason Intermediate; Rachel Perkins, a seventh grader at Mason Middle School; and Carmen Simpson, coach of the Comet Skippers.

Girl Scout cookies and snack bars are made by Little Brownie Bakers. The cookies are available in the six flavors and are selling for $3.50 a box. The snack bars come in two flavors and are selling for $4 a box.

Girl Scouts in Northern Kentucky are currently accepting orders.

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