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Local Girl Scout Shops Will Feature Sweet Treats!

Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois is now featuring a limited supply of its delicious Fall Product Program gourmet food items in local Girl Scout Shops!

Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois (GSNI) is now featuring a limited supply of its delicious Fall Product Program gourmet food items in the Girl Scout Shops located at:

Elgin Council Shop

12N124 Coombs Road
Elgin, IL 60124
847-741-5521

Sugar Grove Council Shop

200 New Bond
Sugar Grove, IL 60554

630-897-1565

This year’s products include chocolate covered pretzels in a schoolhouse tin, blueberry pomegranate nut crunch, mint treasures, Zen crunch mix (wasabi peas, sesame sticks and various nuts) and sugar-free chocolate truffles.

Returning favorites are caramel treasures (in a Girl Scouts’ 100th Anniversary tin), chocolate-covered raisins, malted milk balls, deluxe pecan clusters and peanut butter dreams. There are salty nut items such as whole cashews, honey roasted peanuts along with chocolate-covered almonds and peanuts. There is also a sweet fruit slice assortment and the combo 3-pack of cashews, peanuts and wasabi almonds!

Product previews are available online at http://www.girlscoutsni.org/fall_product_line.html.

The best news is that food items start at only $5, and no food item is more than $10!

The Fall Product Program is instrumental in helping girls develop five key skills:

Goal Setting

Decision Making

Money Management

People Skills

Business Ethics

While the Fall Product Program is not as well known as the Girl Scout Cookie Program, it is just as important to Girl Scouts! Both programs teach girls important skills and help them earn money for troop activities. The proceeds from the Fall Products Program help troops to fund activities and service projects that begin long before the Winter Girl Scout Cookie Program. Girl Scout Product Programs differ from traditional fundraisers by encouraging girls to work together to decide how to spend troop funds rather than dictating what the money will be used towards.

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