Making Cookies For A Cause

. March 1, 2019.
Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan host Cookie Bake Off

Can’t close that box of Girl Scout cookies to save your life? We’ve been there. This event gives you the opportunity to indulge in all the flavors you love, but with a twist. Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan arranged for eight chefs and restaurants, including Prickly Pear, Fresh Thyme, and Vinology, to compete in a baking contest using Girl Scout cookies as ingredients. You can’t pass this up! To top it off, all proceeds go to the Girl Scouts’ outreach to low-income, at-risk girls, encouraging them to join the service-oriented organization.

$45 per person | $325 per table
6pm-8pm | Thursday, March 21
The Kensington Hotel | 3500 S. State St.
1-800-497-2688 | gshom.org

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