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Today: Get Your Election Day Girl Scout Cookies

Today: Get Your Election Day Girl Scout Cookies

Girl Scouts will be selling Thin Mints and Caramel deLites today only in various locations throughout Brooklyn and Manhattan

Today: Get Your Election Day Girl Scout Cookies

The Girl Scouts of Greater New York are spreading Election Day cheer by selling cookies on a special preview day today for $4 a box in various locations throughout New York. That means you’ll be able to eat all the Thin Mints and Trefoils to your heart’s content, before official cookie season starts this winter. You’ll also be able to sample the brand-new flavor this year, called “Rah Rah Raisins” made with whole grain oats, yogurt chunks, and raisins (yum… healthy cookies!).

Girl Scouts will be selling these cookies all day in corporate lobbies in Midtown, the Financial District, and Downtown Brooklyn. Check out the map here. Hurry, because most of the locations will stop selling cookies in the afternoon. All proceeds will benefit the New York Girl Scout Programs.

If you miss your chance to grab some cookies this afternoon, the girls will be out in force soon. Orders will be collected next month, and cookies will be distributed in late winter/early spring.

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Joanna Fantozzi is an Associate Editor with The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @JoannaFantozzi


Girl Scouts of the USA Chief Executive Officer Anna Maria Chávez has long been a champion of making engagement with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) a vital part of the Girl Scout experience.

Now, she’s being recognized for her leadership, guidance, and commitment toward improving STEM education—and advancing workforce development—as a recipient of a 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame award.

What’s more, Anna will be inducted into the STEM Leadership Hall of Fame during a special ceremony and keynote discussion at the STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference, on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at the Hilton in Baltimore, Maryland.

"America has a tremendous potential for economic growth by encouraging and supporting girls' interest in science, technology, engineering, and math,” Anna explained. “When girls succeed, so does society.”

In addition to Anna, the incoming members of the 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame are: Norman C. Francis, president emeritus, Xavier University of Louisiana Ellen Kullman, retired chair and chief executive officer, DuPont Edward B. Rust Jr., chairman, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company and John J. Tracy, Ph.D., chief technology officer, The Boeing Company.

"These five trailblazers are an inspiration to all of us and are a driving force as the nation strives to bolster its STEM pipeline and equip America's students with the science and tech skills they'll need for both their personal and professional lives," said Brian Kelly, U.S. News editor and chief content officer.

U.S. News is honoring valued innovators and visionaries whose initiatives collectively act as a blueprint for solving the STEM crisis.

Learn more about how Girl Scouts are embracing STEM.


Girl Scouts of the USA Chief Executive Officer Anna Maria Chávez has long been a champion of making engagement with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) a vital part of the Girl Scout experience.

Now, she’s being recognized for her leadership, guidance, and commitment toward improving STEM education—and advancing workforce development—as a recipient of a 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame award.

What’s more, Anna will be inducted into the STEM Leadership Hall of Fame during a special ceremony and keynote discussion at the STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference, on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at the Hilton in Baltimore, Maryland.

"America has a tremendous potential for economic growth by encouraging and supporting girls' interest in science, technology, engineering, and math,” Anna explained. “When girls succeed, so does society.”

In addition to Anna, the incoming members of the 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame are: Norman C. Francis, president emeritus, Xavier University of Louisiana Ellen Kullman, retired chair and chief executive officer, DuPont Edward B. Rust Jr., chairman, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company and John J. Tracy, Ph.D., chief technology officer, The Boeing Company.

"These five trailblazers are an inspiration to all of us and are a driving force as the nation strives to bolster its STEM pipeline and equip America's students with the science and tech skills they'll need for both their personal and professional lives," said Brian Kelly, U.S. News editor and chief content officer.

U.S. News is honoring valued innovators and visionaries whose initiatives collectively act as a blueprint for solving the STEM crisis.

Learn more about how Girl Scouts are embracing STEM.


Girl Scouts of the USA Chief Executive Officer Anna Maria Chávez has long been a champion of making engagement with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) a vital part of the Girl Scout experience.

Now, she’s being recognized for her leadership, guidance, and commitment toward improving STEM education—and advancing workforce development—as a recipient of a 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame award.

What’s more, Anna will be inducted into the STEM Leadership Hall of Fame during a special ceremony and keynote discussion at the STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference, on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at the Hilton in Baltimore, Maryland.

"America has a tremendous potential for economic growth by encouraging and supporting girls' interest in science, technology, engineering, and math,” Anna explained. “When girls succeed, so does society.”

In addition to Anna, the incoming members of the 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame are: Norman C. Francis, president emeritus, Xavier University of Louisiana Ellen Kullman, retired chair and chief executive officer, DuPont Edward B. Rust Jr., chairman, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company and John J. Tracy, Ph.D., chief technology officer, The Boeing Company.

"These five trailblazers are an inspiration to all of us and are a driving force as the nation strives to bolster its STEM pipeline and equip America's students with the science and tech skills they'll need for both their personal and professional lives," said Brian Kelly, U.S. News editor and chief content officer.

U.S. News is honoring valued innovators and visionaries whose initiatives collectively act as a blueprint for solving the STEM crisis.

Learn more about how Girl Scouts are embracing STEM.


Girl Scouts of the USA Chief Executive Officer Anna Maria Chávez has long been a champion of making engagement with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) a vital part of the Girl Scout experience.

Now, she’s being recognized for her leadership, guidance, and commitment toward improving STEM education—and advancing workforce development—as a recipient of a 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame award.

What’s more, Anna will be inducted into the STEM Leadership Hall of Fame during a special ceremony and keynote discussion at the STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference, on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at the Hilton in Baltimore, Maryland.

"America has a tremendous potential for economic growth by encouraging and supporting girls' interest in science, technology, engineering, and math,” Anna explained. “When girls succeed, so does society.”

In addition to Anna, the incoming members of the 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame are: Norman C. Francis, president emeritus, Xavier University of Louisiana Ellen Kullman, retired chair and chief executive officer, DuPont Edward B. Rust Jr., chairman, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company and John J. Tracy, Ph.D., chief technology officer, The Boeing Company.

"These five trailblazers are an inspiration to all of us and are a driving force as the nation strives to bolster its STEM pipeline and equip America's students with the science and tech skills they'll need for both their personal and professional lives," said Brian Kelly, U.S. News editor and chief content officer.

U.S. News is honoring valued innovators and visionaries whose initiatives collectively act as a blueprint for solving the STEM crisis.

Learn more about how Girl Scouts are embracing STEM.


Girl Scouts of the USA Chief Executive Officer Anna Maria Chávez has long been a champion of making engagement with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) a vital part of the Girl Scout experience.

Now, she’s being recognized for her leadership, guidance, and commitment toward improving STEM education—and advancing workforce development—as a recipient of a 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame award.

What’s more, Anna will be inducted into the STEM Leadership Hall of Fame during a special ceremony and keynote discussion at the STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference, on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at the Hilton in Baltimore, Maryland.

"America has a tremendous potential for economic growth by encouraging and supporting girls' interest in science, technology, engineering, and math,” Anna explained. “When girls succeed, so does society.”

In addition to Anna, the incoming members of the 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame are: Norman C. Francis, president emeritus, Xavier University of Louisiana Ellen Kullman, retired chair and chief executive officer, DuPont Edward B. Rust Jr., chairman, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company and John J. Tracy, Ph.D., chief technology officer, The Boeing Company.

"These five trailblazers are an inspiration to all of us and are a driving force as the nation strives to bolster its STEM pipeline and equip America's students with the science and tech skills they'll need for both their personal and professional lives," said Brian Kelly, U.S. News editor and chief content officer.

U.S. News is honoring valued innovators and visionaries whose initiatives collectively act as a blueprint for solving the STEM crisis.

Learn more about how Girl Scouts are embracing STEM.


Girl Scouts of the USA Chief Executive Officer Anna Maria Chávez has long been a champion of making engagement with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) a vital part of the Girl Scout experience.

Now, she’s being recognized for her leadership, guidance, and commitment toward improving STEM education—and advancing workforce development—as a recipient of a 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame award.

What’s more, Anna will be inducted into the STEM Leadership Hall of Fame during a special ceremony and keynote discussion at the STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference, on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at the Hilton in Baltimore, Maryland.

"America has a tremendous potential for economic growth by encouraging and supporting girls' interest in science, technology, engineering, and math,” Anna explained. “When girls succeed, so does society.”

In addition to Anna, the incoming members of the 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame are: Norman C. Francis, president emeritus, Xavier University of Louisiana Ellen Kullman, retired chair and chief executive officer, DuPont Edward B. Rust Jr., chairman, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company and John J. Tracy, Ph.D., chief technology officer, The Boeing Company.

"These five trailblazers are an inspiration to all of us and are a driving force as the nation strives to bolster its STEM pipeline and equip America's students with the science and tech skills they'll need for both their personal and professional lives," said Brian Kelly, U.S. News editor and chief content officer.

U.S. News is honoring valued innovators and visionaries whose initiatives collectively act as a blueprint for solving the STEM crisis.

Learn more about how Girl Scouts are embracing STEM.


Girl Scouts of the USA Chief Executive Officer Anna Maria Chávez has long been a champion of making engagement with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) a vital part of the Girl Scout experience.

Now, she’s being recognized for her leadership, guidance, and commitment toward improving STEM education—and advancing workforce development—as a recipient of a 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame award.

What’s more, Anna will be inducted into the STEM Leadership Hall of Fame during a special ceremony and keynote discussion at the STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference, on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at the Hilton in Baltimore, Maryland.

"America has a tremendous potential for economic growth by encouraging and supporting girls' interest in science, technology, engineering, and math,” Anna explained. “When girls succeed, so does society.”

In addition to Anna, the incoming members of the 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame are: Norman C. Francis, president emeritus, Xavier University of Louisiana Ellen Kullman, retired chair and chief executive officer, DuPont Edward B. Rust Jr., chairman, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company and John J. Tracy, Ph.D., chief technology officer, The Boeing Company.

"These five trailblazers are an inspiration to all of us and are a driving force as the nation strives to bolster its STEM pipeline and equip America's students with the science and tech skills they'll need for both their personal and professional lives," said Brian Kelly, U.S. News editor and chief content officer.

U.S. News is honoring valued innovators and visionaries whose initiatives collectively act as a blueprint for solving the STEM crisis.

Learn more about how Girl Scouts are embracing STEM.


Girl Scouts of the USA Chief Executive Officer Anna Maria Chávez has long been a champion of making engagement with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) a vital part of the Girl Scout experience.

Now, she’s being recognized for her leadership, guidance, and commitment toward improving STEM education—and advancing workforce development—as a recipient of a 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame award.

What’s more, Anna will be inducted into the STEM Leadership Hall of Fame during a special ceremony and keynote discussion at the STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference, on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at the Hilton in Baltimore, Maryland.

"America has a tremendous potential for economic growth by encouraging and supporting girls' interest in science, technology, engineering, and math,” Anna explained. “When girls succeed, so does society.”

In addition to Anna, the incoming members of the 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame are: Norman C. Francis, president emeritus, Xavier University of Louisiana Ellen Kullman, retired chair and chief executive officer, DuPont Edward B. Rust Jr., chairman, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company and John J. Tracy, Ph.D., chief technology officer, The Boeing Company.

"These five trailblazers are an inspiration to all of us and are a driving force as the nation strives to bolster its STEM pipeline and equip America's students with the science and tech skills they'll need for both their personal and professional lives," said Brian Kelly, U.S. News editor and chief content officer.

U.S. News is honoring valued innovators and visionaries whose initiatives collectively act as a blueprint for solving the STEM crisis.

Learn more about how Girl Scouts are embracing STEM.


Girl Scouts of the USA Chief Executive Officer Anna Maria Chávez has long been a champion of making engagement with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) a vital part of the Girl Scout experience.

Now, she’s being recognized for her leadership, guidance, and commitment toward improving STEM education—and advancing workforce development—as a recipient of a 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame award.

What’s more, Anna will be inducted into the STEM Leadership Hall of Fame during a special ceremony and keynote discussion at the STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference, on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at the Hilton in Baltimore, Maryland.

"America has a tremendous potential for economic growth by encouraging and supporting girls' interest in science, technology, engineering, and math,” Anna explained. “When girls succeed, so does society.”

In addition to Anna, the incoming members of the 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame are: Norman C. Francis, president emeritus, Xavier University of Louisiana Ellen Kullman, retired chair and chief executive officer, DuPont Edward B. Rust Jr., chairman, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company and John J. Tracy, Ph.D., chief technology officer, The Boeing Company.

"These five trailblazers are an inspiration to all of us and are a driving force as the nation strives to bolster its STEM pipeline and equip America's students with the science and tech skills they'll need for both their personal and professional lives," said Brian Kelly, U.S. News editor and chief content officer.

U.S. News is honoring valued innovators and visionaries whose initiatives collectively act as a blueprint for solving the STEM crisis.

Learn more about how Girl Scouts are embracing STEM.


Girl Scouts of the USA Chief Executive Officer Anna Maria Chávez has long been a champion of making engagement with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) a vital part of the Girl Scout experience.

Now, she’s being recognized for her leadership, guidance, and commitment toward improving STEM education—and advancing workforce development—as a recipient of a 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame award.

What’s more, Anna will be inducted into the STEM Leadership Hall of Fame during a special ceremony and keynote discussion at the STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference, on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at the Hilton in Baltimore, Maryland.

"America has a tremendous potential for economic growth by encouraging and supporting girls' interest in science, technology, engineering, and math,” Anna explained. “When girls succeed, so does society.”

In addition to Anna, the incoming members of the 2016 U.S. News STEM Leadership Hall of Fame are: Norman C. Francis, president emeritus, Xavier University of Louisiana Ellen Kullman, retired chair and chief executive officer, DuPont Edward B. Rust Jr., chairman, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company and John J. Tracy, Ph.D., chief technology officer, The Boeing Company.

"These five trailblazers are an inspiration to all of us and are a driving force as the nation strives to bolster its STEM pipeline and equip America's students with the science and tech skills they'll need for both their personal and professional lives," said Brian Kelly, U.S. News editor and chief content officer.

U.S. News is honoring valued innovators and visionaries whose initiatives collectively act as a blueprint for solving the STEM crisis.

Learn more about how Girl Scouts are embracing STEM.


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