Mayor James Baker purchases a few boxes of Girl Guide cookies Saturday outside of the Lake Country Save-On-Foods. The girl guides sell cookies annually in order to fundraise for Girl Guide programs. (Submitted)

Lake Country Girl Guide cookie sales in full swing

The annual fundraiser will go towards Girl Guides of Canada programs

The Guide Guide cookie sellers are in full swing in Lake Country.

Mayor James Baker made a stop Saturday at the Save-On-Foods to purchase a box as the Lake Country girl guides made their first round in the district selling boxes.

READ MORE: Cops arrest Girl Guides

Find cookies in your area by visiting the Cookie Finder Map online at www.girlguides.ca.

Cookies sales will go directly to the Girl Guides of Canada. The first cookies sold were in Regina in 1927.

READ MORE: Girls face sexism as early as 10 years old: Girl Guides poll


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