girl lottery: Jan. 27 - 29
- Set, Reach
... Matched! Troop goal contest
- Verify girl
registration in eBudde
markets and street fairs
- The Girl
Scout Law of Selling Cookies
Military/Older girl lottery:
Jan. 27 - 29
eligible troop may participate in the online military/older girl
lottery and acquire one site per day. (page 41)
- Military sites require
that one person with military identification be present
throughout the booth sale shift.
- Older girl sites are
first made available to Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors
during this lottery.
- Following this
three-day lottery all unclaimed older girl sites will be
available to all troops when the full eBudde Booth Scheduler
opens on Wednesday, Feb. 5.
Set, Reach ... Matched! - troop
Enter this year's Set, Reach ...
Matched! cookie contest by the Feb. 1 deadline
so your troop doesn't miss out on the chance to win a match of troop
proceeds (rules and conditions apply).
Submission is easy! Simply complete the online entry form located here.
All entries have the opportunity to be publicized in our
Verify girl registration in
is the time to confirm that all girls participating in the cookie
program in your troop are registered. If the registered box is not
checked for any girl, you must contact your SUCC to confirm
registration (page 33). It is important to sort these issues out now,
before the cookie program begins on Feb. 2.
Farmer's markets and street
farmer's markets and street fairs have been coordinated by the
service unit as approved booth site locations, walkabout sales and
booth sales are prohibited at these locations. Please see pages 10
and 12-13 for walkabout and booth sale policies.
The Girl Scout Law of selling
will do my best to be...
when I start taking orders on the first day of the sale and not
before and FAIR when I share cookie booth time with my Girl Scout
when I remember to say "please" and "thank you"
to my customers, and HELPFUL when I can describe the different types
and CARING to my family, Troop Leader and Troop Cookie Manager for
all the time and hard work they contribute to my Girl Scout
and STRONG on cookie delivery day,
RESPONSIBLE FOR WHAT I SAY AND DO when I take care of my customer's
order and collect money,
to RESPECT MYSELF AND OTHERS by being the best person I can be,
AUTHORITY by following the rules, guidelines, and procedures,
RESOURCES WISELY when I recycle my cookie cases,
THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE by using my troop's cookie proceeds for a
BE A SISTER TO EVERY GIRL SCOUT and remember that I enjoy Girl Scouts
today because of all the women who came before me!
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Q. What if I missed the Jan. 17
deadline to place an initial order?
A. Don't worry! All orders placed after
January 17 will be made through the cookie cupboard system and can be
picked up at your local cupboard beginning Feb. 3. (pg. 46)
What if I missed the Jan. 17 deadline to submit my troop's banking
information in eBudde?
A. Immediately contact firstname.lastname@example.org to
resolve this issue in order be able to pick up your cookies on
When will I be able to access the cupboard website?
A. The cupboard website will be live and
accessible on Wednesday, Jan. 29. A map with all cupboard locations
is located here.
Can our troop accept credit cards?
A. Yes! Please review the 2014 Credit Card
Handbook for policies, procedures, and details.
Q. Some of the documents on the TCM webpage are
password protected. What is the username and password?
A. Username: GSSD Password: TCM2014 (case
Q. What if I see a troop/girl(s) violating
the event that a disregard of policy is observed, assume good intent
as mistakes happen to everyone. Simply ask (politely and
respectfully) for the girl's name and/or troop number and share it
with your SUCC and/or the Product Sales team via email@example.com.
No further action should be taken by the reporting party - troops/parents should not
attempt to resolve the issue themselves nor harass any other
girls/adults. Please remember to be honest and fair,
friendly and helpful, considerate and caring,
respectful of others, and a sister to every Girl Scout.
The Product Sales Team
Girl Scouts San Diego
page numbers referenced throughout Cookie Chat refer to the 2014 Troop Cookie Manager
Handbook unless otherwise noted. The username is
"GSSD" and the password is "TCM2014".
train girls and families
Girl order tab becomes visible in eBudde.
Delivery confirmation available to print.
Military/older girl booth
lottery round 1
Military/older girl booth lottery round 2
Military/older girl booth lottery round 3
Delivery day: Cookie warehouse
pickup; distribute cookies to families.
Feb. 2 -
Cookie program begins
Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-led business in the country
and generates immeasurable benefits for girls, their councils, and
their communities. Girls set cookie sales goals to support
their chosen activities, to fund community service/leadership
projects, to attend camp, and to travel.
Through the Girl
Scout Cookie Program, girls develop five essential skills: goal
setting, decision making, money management, people skills and
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