Cary girl scout named top seller
08/24/2014 8:00 PM
08/25/2014 4:30 AM
Xena Gray of Cary is the overall top seller for the 2014 Girl Scout Cookie Sale program in the North Carolina Coastal Pines council, which serves more than 28,000 girl members in 41 central and eastern counties in the state.
Xena sold 4,750 boxes of Girl Scout cookies in the annual sales event that ended in March.
Emerson Fipps of Winterville placed second with 4,005 boxes sold. Antonina Quellhorst of Fayetteville placed third with 4,000 boxes sold.
These top-selling Girl Scouts joined the Girl Scout Council’s Chief Executive Officer Lisa Jones for a celebratory luncheon at Imagination Station in Wilson. Jones presented each girl with a trophy at the event.
Taylor Williams of Raleigh was also recognized for selling the most boxes of cookies for the council’s Operation Cookie Drop program, which provides cookies to deployed military personnel. Taylor sold 733 boxes for Operation Cookie Drop and 3,803 boxes for the overall sale.
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