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It’s Thin Mint time!

UPDATED: Thu., March 16, 2017

It’s Thin Mint time!

Well, almost.

Booth sales of Girl Scout cookies start Monday in the Inland Northwest.

New this year is the Girl Scout S’mores cookie, which sells for $6 a box – as does the Toffee Tastic gluten-free variety.

The “super-six” – Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, DoSiDos, Trefoils and Savannah Smiles – sell for $5 a box.

To find the cookie booth closest to you, visit www.gsewni.org, and click on “Find Cookies” in the purple bar across the top of the page.

Or, call (509) 747-8091, or send an email to customercare@gsewni.org.

Girl Scout cookies will be on sale through April 16.

Girl Scouts Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho encompasses 67,000 miles in 20 counties in central and eastern Washington and 10 counties in northern Idaho. The council serves more than 3,700 girls and 1,800 adult volunteers.

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