Girl Scouts across Connecticut will host cookie booths at a variety of locations from Nov. 2 to 10, enabling cookie lovers to stock up for the holidays. In many places, this will include booths near polling places on Election Day, Nov. 5. Many booths will offer customers the opportunity to purchase cookies for the Cookies for Heroes Gift of Caring program, in which the cookies are delivered to U.S. armed services members serving overseas and at home. Nine cookie flavors available this year Cookies being sold this year are: \u2014 Do-si-dos \u2014 Dulce De Leche \u2014 Samoas \u2014 Savannah Smiles \u2014 Thank U Berry Munch \u2014 Tagalongs \u2014 Thank U Berry Munch \u2014 Thin Mints \u2014 Trefoils Cookie sales teach skills By selling cookies, Girl Scouts learn goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills and business ethics. Girl Scouts of Connecticut serves nearly 44,000 girls and also has more than 18,000 adult members. The organization\u2019s mission is to build girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. Learn more at www.gsofct.org.