New Girl Scout Cookie Savannah Smiles
A teen is calling for a boycott of Girls Scout cookies because transgender children are inducted into the organization. Girl Scouts have a new cookie, Savannah Smiles, that was added in 2012 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Scouts.

It's Girl Scout cookie season and a new Girl Scout Cookie called Savannah Smiles is being introduced for the organization's 100th anniversary.

This year's new cookie, Savannah Smiles, is a cool and crisp lemon wedge cookie, Girl Scouts blog noted. It's name reflects the home of Girl Scout Founder Juliette Gordon Low.

Juliette Gordon Low was born in Savannah, Georgia, in 1860. She married William Low in 1886 and founded the Girl Guides in 1912, which became the Girl Scouts.

According to, Girl Scouts of the USA has 3.2 million girl and adult members worldwide. The organization centers around promoting girls with healthy development, courage, confidence and character. The organization has declared 2012 the Year of the Girl.

Low reportedly died of cancer in 1923.

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