Girl Scout council announces top cookie sellers

September 29, 2013 

From left, Taylor Williams, Hailey Wells and Xena Gray were the top cookie sellers for the N.C. Coastal Pines Council this year.

GIRL SCOUTS - N.C. COASTAL PINES COUNCIL

Hailey Wells of Albertson, Xena Gray of Cary and Taylor Williams of Knightdale were the top three sellers from the N.C. Coastal Pines Girl Scout Council in the 2013 Girl Scout Cookie Sale program, the council announced.

Hailey, a member of Troop 223 and student at Eastern Wayne Middle School, sold 3,100 boxes. Xena, a sixth-grader last school year at East Cary Middle School, sold 3,041 boxes and is a member of Troop 15. Taylor, a member of Troop 877 and a sixth-grader last school year at Carroll Middle School in Raleigh, sold 2,800 boxes of cookies in this year’s sale.

The top-selling Scouts were invited to a celebratory luncheon in Raleigh in June and presented with a Cookie Sale trophy.

Overall, the Girl Scouts of the N.C. Coastal Pines council, which covers 41 counties in eastern and central North Carolina, sold more than 3 million boxes of cookies this year, with approximately 13,000 Girl Scouts participating.

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