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Farrell's partners with Girl Scouts for cookie treats

February 7th, 2014

farrell'sNew at Farrell's, a shake and two sundaes incorporating Girl Scout Thin Mint, Samoa and Tagalong cookies.Photos courtesy Farrell's Hawaii.

Farrell's Hawaii has partnered with Girl Scouts of Hawaii Troop 188 to help them raise funds for an educational trip to Alaska in May.

The restaurant has created a Thin Mint Shake and two sundaes using the Tagalongs and Samoas Girl Scout cookies. All three are $5.95, available on the Farrell's menu Feb. 7 through March 31, 2014. The troop will earn $1 from every Girl Scout cookie shake or sundae sold.

The experience the Girl Scouts will gain will be applied to earning various "Cookie Season" badges. Badges aren't earned for number of cookies sold, but from skill sets they acquire toward becoming leaders. In Alaska, the troop will pan for gold, learn about totem poles and Inuit people, observe bald eagles and migrating whales, and more.
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Farrell's is at Pearlridge Center Uptown. Call 488-9339.

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