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Girl Scouts celebrate 19 girls who sold more than 1,000 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies


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The 19 Girl Scouts who sold more than 1,000 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies were recently invited to participate in the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore’s annual business meeting. Each was presented with a special certificate by the council’s CEO, Susan H. McClure. Top Row, from left to right: Christine Apostolico, Toms River; Alanna Lynch, Long Branch; Erin Foreman, Lacey; Isabella Schwank, Spring Lake, and Victoria Edelman, Toms River. Bottom Row, from left to right: Saige Berkowitz, Matawan; Addison Salais, Jackson; Grace Toscano, Brick, and Isabella Baldino, Millstone.

During the 2017 Girl Scout Cookie Program, Girl Scouts from Monmouth and Ocean counties sold almost 1.1 million boxes of Girl Scout Cookies. That works out to be an average of more than 125 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies sold per participating Girl Scout.

That’s a lot of Girl Scout Cookies, but the top Girl Scouts sold many more. Topping the list for the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore is Victoria Edelman, a sixth grade student from Toms River. She sold 3,044 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies. Coming in second, with only 10 fewer boxes, Christine Apostolico, also from Toms River. Grace Toscano, a sixth grade student from Brick, and Isabella Lupi, a fourth grade student from Holmdel, also sold 3,000 boxes of cookies or more.

In all, 19 Girl Scouts from Monmouth and Ocean counties sold more than 1,000 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies. The youngest is Lilyana Echevarria, a kindergarten student from New Egypt; she sold 1,305 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies.

Each of these top Girl Scout Cookie sellers were invited to the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore’s annual meeting earlier this month where they were presented a special certificate by the council’s CEO, Susan H. McClure.

During Girl Scout Cookie season, each amazing young G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ is not only selling delicious cookies but also building essential life skills, such as goal setting, people skills, and business ethics — which are essential for 21st century leadership. And the more cookies girls sell, the more earnings they have to power impactful community projects and personal enrichment experiences, such as camping and traveling. Locally, many Girl Scouts also set a goal to participate in the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore’s Jersey Shore Cares program, donating Girl Scout Cookies to local charitable organizations including the Food Bank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties and the military.

For more information about the impact Girl Scout Cookies make in the community, visit girlscoutcookies.org. To volunteer, reconnect, donate, or join the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore, visit www.jerseyshoregirlscouts.org.

Girl Scouts who sold 1,000+ boxes of Girl Scout Cookies

  1. Victoria Edelman, Toms River, 6th grade, 3044 boxes sold
  2. Christine Apostolico, Toms River, 12th grade, 3034 boxes sold
  3. Grace Toscano, Brick, 6th grade, 3022 boxes sold
  4. Isabella Lupi, Holmdel, 4th grade, 3000 boxes sold
  5. Alanna Lynch, Long Branch, 9th grade, 2140 boxes sold
  6. Valencia Torres, Port Monmouth, 2nd grade, 2000 boxes sold
  7. Isabella Schwank, Spring Lake, 6th grade, 2000 boxes sold
  8. Isabella Gadek, Hazlet, 1st grade, 1571 boxes sold
  9. Erin Foreman, Lacey, 10th grade, 1546 boxes sold
  10. Marisa Brandon, Howell, 9th grade, 1381 boxes sold
  11. Lilyana Echevarria, New Egypt, Kindergarten, 1305 boxes sold
  12. Isabella Baldino, Millstone, 1st grade, 1300 boxes sold
  13. Miranda Figueroa, Manalapan, 5th grade, 1275 boxes sold
  14. Emma Tierney, Bayville, 1st grade, 1263 boxes sold
  15. Addison Salais, Jackson, 3rd grade, 1259 boxes sold
  16. Deanna Eifert, Barnegat, 4th grade, 1254 boxes sold
  17. Emily Kipila, Manahawkin, 1st grade, 1252 boxes sold
  18. Saige Berkowitz, Matawan, 2nd grade, 1057 boxes sold
  19. Ariana Busico-Vasquez, Howell, 1st grade, 1008 boxes sold