Photo courtesy of the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas.

The Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas is pairing up with Galleria Dallas to open a historical exhibit and a drive-thru booth.

The exhibit will highlight the history of the Girl Scouts as well as their accomplishments since 1912, CultureMap reported. In past years, Galleria Dallas has invited the girls to work on their engineering, design and architecture skills with Cookie Box Creations, but that isn’t happening this year.

Visitors can view the exhibit for free from March 5-31 on Level I near the Apple store.

In addition to learning about the program, visitors will be able to purchase or donate cookies in a drive-thru set up along the Alley, next to The Blue Fish and facing the North Tollway.

Cookie donations will go to healthcare workers at Children’s Health, and Galleria Dallas will match the donations up to 1,000 boxes.

Girl Scout cookies will be available on Fridays and Saturdays throughout the month starting March 5. The drive-thru is open on Fridays from 5-7 p.m. and Saturdays from noon until 7 p.m.

The organization is hoping the booth will help make up for the 100,000 boxes of lost sales due to the pandemic.


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