Girl Scouts Collect Cookies for Bus Drivers

Girl Scouts Collect 100+ Boxes of Cookies for DCSD Bus Drivers
Posted on 05/22/2024

During their annual cookie drive, Junior Girl Scout Troop 66872 collected 124 boxes of cookies for their local hometown heroes, Douglas County School District (DCSD) bus drivers! Community members purchased the cookies to donate to the drivers.

Each year the troop designates their hometown heroes. In the last couple of years, the troop chose nurses and doctors at a local urgent care. This year, the troop wanted to thank and recognize bus drivers for all they do to get students safely to and from school.

“We had numerous people who didn’t want to buy cookies for themselves, but wanted to donate a box or more to our hometown heroes,” said troop co-leader Stacy Kupzyk.

Collecting that many boxes of cookies was a big lift for Cookie Manager Christy Treece and co-leader and DCSD employee Heather Zwickl.

Hats off to the members of Junior Troop 66872 who all played a role in collecting the donated boxes of cookies!

  • Emma, 4th grade, Gold Rush Elementary
  • Katrina, 4th grade, Prairie Crossing Elementary
  • Kinley, 5th grade, Iron Horse Elementary
  • Kylie, 5th grade, Northeast Elementary
  • Penny, 5th grade, Prairie Crossing Elementary
  • Shiva, 5th grade, Iron Horse Elementary
  • Sienna, 5th grade, American Academy
A girl scout handing cookies to a DCSD bus driver

Bob Buch, East Transportation Terminal Manager, said the cookies will be shared with the drivers at the other two DCSD bus terminals in Castle Rock and Highlands Ranch. What a delicious treat!

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