Two Hoke County Girl Scouts, Campbell Burt and Emily Shoemaker were recently recognized as High Achievers for the 2020 Girl Scout Cookie Program. Girls join the ranks of the High Achievers Club when they sell 5,000 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies or more since participating in their first cookie season. The High Achievers Club recognizes girls for an achievement that has spanned their entire Girl Scout career.
The purpose of the Girl Scout Cookie Program is to teach girls five key skills: goal-setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics.
Members receive an engraved plaque, special cookie business cards, and a personalized letter of recommendation from our CEO, Lisa Jones.
Campbell has sold 5,135 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies during her time as a Girl Scout and Emily has sold 5,758.