Donated Girl Scout Cookies will Fuel County EOC This Weekend

MEDIA CONTACT: Mark E. Brady, Chief Spokesperson, 240-508-7930

A welcomed donation of Girl Scout Cookies this morning was well received.  County personnel greatly appreciated the concern, compassion and generosity demonstrated by the Girl Scouts of America for our first responders. 

Dozens of County personnel are staffing Departmental Operations throughout Prince George's County.  The County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and the Fire/Emergency Medical Services Department are operating at the Cranford-Graves Fire Services Building in Landover Hills.  

With many long hours of work yet to come over the course of the weekend the spirits of personnel at the EOC were lifted when Cheryl Delmater, Service Unit Manager 221, Troop Leader 2385, Girl Scouts of America and Debbie Delmater, Gold Awardee, donated 60 boxes of Girl Scout cookies to the County EOC workers during the initial phase of the EOC activation.  Thank you to Cheryl, Debbie and the Girl Scouts.

(L toR) Calvin Hawkins; Homeland Security, Brian Moe; Director of Homeland Security, Cheryl Delmater, Debbie Delmater, Fire Chief Bashoor and Tyrone Wells (back row);  Homeland Security at the County Emergency Operations Center this morning.