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Bret Johnson Orthodontics office wants to help area Girl Scouts troops meet sales goals through It’s Cookie Time

Girl Scout Allisyn Vachon, right, loads boxes of Girl Scout cookies that were to be mailed to the 101st Airborne Division in Iraq from Montville, N.J., Tuesday, March 14, 2006. . The Bret Johnson Orthodontics in Spokane is offering to help Spokane area Girl Scout troops meet their cookie sales goals in 2019 through its second “It’s Cookie Time” program. Johnson will buy two cases of cookies per troop and donate them as a thank-you to first responders in Spokane. (MIKE DERER / Associated Press)
Girl Scout Allisyn Vachon, right, loads boxes of Girl Scout cookies that were to be mailed to the 101st Airborne Division in Iraq from Montville, N.J., Tuesday, March 14, 2006. . The Bret Johnson Orthodontics in Spokane is offering to help Spokane area Girl Scout troops meet their cookie sales goals in 2019 through its second “It’s Cookie Time” program. Johnson will buy two cases of cookies per troop and donate them as a thank-you to first responders in Spokane. (MIKE DERER / Associated Press)
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The Bret Johnson Orthodontics office is calling all Girl Scout Troops.

Bret Johnson and his staff want to help the Spokane area’s troops meet their cookie sales goals through the orthodontic office’s second It’s Cookie Time program.

The Bret Johnson Orthodontics office in north Spokane will buy two cases of Girl Scout cookies from each troop . and donate them to first responders in Spokane as a thank-you for their service.

Last year the office purchased 480 boxes of Girl Scout cookies for $2,880.

“We had so much fun hosting the inaugural It’s Cookie Time program last year and were thrilled to support both our local Girl Scouts and first responders,” said Johnson in a news release. “We are proud to support the Girl Scouts’ mission of transforming young girls into leaders and to, in turn, donate cookies to members of our community who are on the front lines every day.”

Troops interested in participating are asked to visit the orthodontics office at 755 E. Holland Ave. and wear Scouts uniform for a group photo. Troops can contact the office at (509) 466-2666 to schedule a visit.

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