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Sweet Treats

Girl Guides from left nine-year-old Laurel Aveyard and eight-year-old Emelyn Dechev hold boxes of cookies outside Tillicum Centre selling cookies for their annual fundraiser supporting Girl Guide programs and community based activities. Cookies, both the Chocolatey Mint and the regulars are on sale for $5 a box through March 1, 2014, but best not to put it off as the boxes disappear quickly.  - Sharon Tiffin Victoria News
Girl Guides from left nine-year-old Laurel Aveyard and eight-year-old Emelyn Dechev hold boxes of cookies outside Tillicum Centre selling cookies for their annual fundraiser supporting Girl Guide programs and community based activities. Cookies, both the Chocolatey Mint and the regulars are on sale for $5 a box through March 1, 2014, but best not to put it off as the boxes disappear quickly.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin Victoria News

Cookies, both the Chocolatey Mint and the regulars are on sale for $5 a box through March 1, 2014, but best not to put it off as the boxes disappear quickly.

 

 

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