Girl Scouts' annual sales event helps foster business sense and community involvement
There are 4 comments on the Worcester Telegram & Gazette story from Feb 2, 2014, titled Girl Scouts' annual sales event helps foster business sense and community involvement. In it, Worcester Telegram & Gazette reports that:
Grace Kirrane says there is more to Girl Scout cookies than yummy-ness. Each box that she and her Fitchburg Troop #30740 sells means one more planting that can be done for the city, a field trip to a museum, another hospital bag for kids at Children's Hospital.
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#1 Feb 3, 2014
Look at all of these little republican right wingers! I'm about to pull out all of my hair after reading this story! How many boxes of cookies have they given to the Oliver family?? How much cookie money goes to the trust fund?? How do we know they're not off duty cops LMAO I bet they don't even have a vendors license!!! Someone should report them to the FBI and put a stop to this.
#2 Feb 3, 2014
Why did you kill Andrew?
#3 Feb 3, 2014
You may think you're funny but you won't be laughing when a certain community figure and his trusty sidekick are lurking around the cookie stand snapping off pictures of license plates. LMAO you are so stupid and we know who you are.
#4 Feb 4, 2014
So Lynch, Why did you kill Andrew?(oh ya you didn't it was a fist fight and nobody got killed) RIGHT???
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