Successful cookie drive-thru for Kincardine Guiding


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Pathfinders Kaleigh Murphy-Burton (L), Christiane Ritter, Rebecca Dadson and Natalie Potter dance to attract customers to the cookie drive-thru Saturday at Canadian Tire

Kincardine Pathfinders, Guides and Sparks held a successful cookie drive-thru on Saturday, despite the windy, cold and snowy weather.

The Pathfinders and Guides were stationed in the Canadian Tire parking lot and sold a total of 16 cases of the classic chocolate-and-vanilla cookies, while the Sparks were located at Zehrs and sold several cases there. The packaging of the classic cookies reflects the 100th anniversary of Guiding in Canada.

Appreciation to the community for supporting this fund-raising event. The money is used for program supplies, badges, and camping supplies.

If you missed the drive-thru and would like to purchase cookies, they are available at Sears and Chester's Prints in downtown Kincardine, or call 519-396-6271. 


Kincardine Guides Harriet Skinner (L) and Isabel Tuck wear cookie boxes on their heads to draw customers to the drive-thru



Cheyanne Woods of the Kincardine Sparks is all smiles while eating and selling Girl Guide cookies at Zehrs on Saturday.
Photo by Mary Ritter


Pathfinders Natalie Potter (L) and Kaleigh Murphy-Burton sell cookies at the drive-thru

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