Girl Scout cookies arrive


Dan Eilerman Construction, LLC employee Mark Eilerman, left, of Fort Loramie, removes plastic wrapped around Girl Scout cookies he just removed with a skid loader from a truck. Waiting to carry the boxes into the Lochard, Inc. Building at the Shelby County Fairgrounds is Shelby County Girl Scout Service Unit Cookie Chair Jill Henry, of Houston. The cookies arrived on Saturday, Feb. 6. Representatives from local troops then came to get their cookies to delivr to the people who had ordered them.

Dan Eilerman Construction, LLC employee Mark Eilerman, left, of Fort Loramie, removes plastic wrapped around Girl Scout cookies he just removed with a skid loader from a truck. Waiting to carry the boxes into the Lochard, Inc. Building at the Shelby County Fairgrounds is Shelby County Girl Scout Service Unit Cookie Chair Jill Henry, of Houston. The cookies arrived on Saturday, Feb. 6. Representatives from local troops then came to get their cookies to delivr to the people who had ordered them.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Dan Eilerman Construction, LLC employee Mark Eilerman, left, of Fort Loramie, removes plastic wrapped around Girl Scout cookies he just removed with a skid loader from a truck. Waiting to carry the boxes into the Lochard, Inc. Building at the Shelby County Fairgrounds is Shelby County Girl Scout Service Unit Cookie Chair Jill Henry, of Houston. The cookies arrived on Saturday, Feb. 6. Representatives from local troops then came to get their cookies to delivr to the people who had ordered them.

Dan Eilerman Construction, LLC employee Mark Eilerman, left, of Fort Loramie, removes plastic wrapped around Girl Scout cookies he just removed with a skid loader from a truck. Waiting to carry the boxes into the Lochard, Inc. Building at the Shelby County Fairgrounds is Shelby County Girl Scout Service Unit Cookie Chair Jill Henry, of Houston. The cookies arrived on Saturday, Feb. 6. Representatives from local troops then came to get their cookies to delivr to the people who had ordered them.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/02/web1_SDN020920Cookies.jpgDan Eilerman Construction, LLC employee Mark Eilerman, left, of Fort Loramie, removes plastic wrapped around Girl Scout cookies he just removed with a skid loader from a truck. Waiting to carry the boxes into the Lochard, Inc. Building at the Shelby County Fairgrounds is Shelby County Girl Scout Service Unit Cookie Chair Jill Henry, of Houston. The cookies arrived on Saturday, Feb. 6. Representatives from local troops then came to get their cookies to delivr to the people who had ordered them. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News