Junior Girl Scout Troop 2352 from Lisbon was the top selling troop for Girl Scout cookie sales in Howard County for the second consecutive year.
The Troop is led by Suzanne Clemons and Stacie Stolba. The Scouts set a goal for selling 3,500 boxes of cookies. Of the 10 Girl Scouts, nine sold 200 boxes. Four of the nine sold over 500 boxes, and three sold over 700 boxes.
The results of all their efforts is that the troop sold over 5,000 boxes of cookies. The Troop's top seller was Morgan Stolba, who sold 2,016 boxes.
These Girl Scouts went even further by giving back to the community. People who purchased the cookies donated them back to the Troop for a program known as Gifts from the Heart. The cookies were donated to hometown heroes such as teachers, police officers, firefighters and military members.
One of the highlights of their year was when the Scouts were invited to the Army base at Fort Meade to deliver 300 boxes of cookies to members of the U.S. Army. Profits from the cookie sales went to purchase food for the food pantry at St. Michael's Church and to purchase gifts for children in the Head Start program.
Congratulations to Troop 2352 for a job well done.
The Poplar Springs United Methodist Church will hold 4-H Sunday Services on Oct. 13 at 11 a.m. After the church service, everyone is invited to stay for lunch and fellowship.
The Poplar Springs United Methodist Church has been a supporter of 4-H for many years. If you would like to attend the church service and find out more about 4-H, the church is at 915 E. Watersville Road.
The Lisbon United Methodist Church will hold its semi-annual Ham and Oyster Supper on Oct. 19 from 1 to 5:30 p.m. Food will be served family style.
The menu includes cole slaw, potato salad, jello salads, fried oysters, ham, green beans, corn, rolls, relishes and beverages. Tickets are $16for adults and $6 for children ages 6-12. Carry outs are also available. The church is at 15875 Route 144 next to Lisbon Elementary School. For more information, call 410-489-7245.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun