Over the last weekend in February, almost two million boxes of Girl Scout Cookies were delivered across the state while celebrating National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend.

Hundreds of volunteers and staff helped unload hundreds of thousands of cases of Girl Scout Cookies to 21 locations across the state, including St. Theresa School in Trumbull.

The majority of the cookies will be delivered by Girl Scouts to customers who placed their orders in January and the remainder will be sold at cookie booths statewide throughout the month of March.

To find a booth in your area, visit gsofct.org or log onto girlscoutcookies.org, put in your zip code, and find a cookie booth near you. You can also download the Official Girl Scout Cookie Finder app to get up-to-date information on where to find Girl Scout Cookies!

Customers can also buy Girl Scout Cookies for their local heroes at home and overseas. Through Girl Scouts of Connecticut’s Gift of Caring Project, Cookies for Heroes, the public can purchase Girl Scout Cookies in support of Girl Scouting, our veterans, and active duty military members at home and overseas, as well as local community heroes. Visit cookiesforheroes.com for more information about this program.

Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Do-si-dos, Trefoils, Savannah Smiles, Rah-Rah Raisins, and the gluten-free cookie Toffee-Tastic, are available this year.

Proceeds from Girl Scouts of Connecticut’s Cookie Program stay in Connecticut and directly benefit all of the Girl Scouts in Connecticut, including the Girl Scout troop or girl from which the cookies were purchased.

For more information, visit gsofct.org.