Operation Cookie Drop Off

By: KBTX Staff Email
By: KBTX Staff Email

The Texas Army National Guard in Bryan got a special treat Sunday morning.

The Girl Scouts of Central Texas delivered more than 1200 Girl Scout Cookies to the Texas Army National Guard - 1st Squadron, 112th Cavalry Regiment.

"Operation: cookie drop-off" usually just has a truck drop off the cookies each year, but for the first time the guard was able to meet the girl scouts face-to-face.

"It's great to actually meet them and interact with the people that are sending the cookies that bring a bit of home to us when we are not able to be there," said Capt. David Wakashige.

10% of all cookies sold are donated to the Texas Army National Guard each year.

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