Girl Scout Cookies have arrived

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Have you ordered your girl scout cookies yet? Sales started in January and the cookies are in.

Tuesday, group leaders picked up cookies from a warehouse in Lexington that stores roughly 100,000 boxes. This weekend you should start seeing booths pop up. Girl Scouts said from their new online selling platform to their booths, troops are following safety guidelines

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“We provide our group leaders with training,” said Haleigh McGraw, Girls Scouts of Kentucky Communications Director. “Especially this year, it’s been very intense to make sure those safety precautions are followed, but we do make sure the troops do what’s comfortable for them to maintain their safety.”

Leaders said many girls have chosen to solely sell online. If you want to find the booth nearest to you, click here.

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Chelsea Smith joins ABC 36 as a meteorologist and reporter. Chelsea grew up on the south side of Indianapolis. Her love for weather, especially Midwest weather, started with overcoming her childhood fear of thunderstorms. Chelsea graduated from Ball State University in 2017 where she earned her degree in meteorology. As part of a BSU class she chased storms all across the Great Plains and chased tornadoes in Eastern Colorado. She recently moved from Quincy, IL where she was the weekend meteorologist and reporter for WGEM for three years. She has forecasted and covered pretty much all types of Midwest Weather from thunderstorms and tornado outbreaks, blizzards and ice storms, to droughts and historic floods. When Chelsea is not forecasting, she is most likely spending time with her family and her yorkie! She is so excited for be forecasting for Central and Eastern Kentucky!