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How to organize a cookie exchange

posted by MaggieSlater on November 19, 2012 | print article | e-mail to a friend
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  • staceyvulakh

    Sounds like a delicious plan! I think it’s always good for everyone to know what else is being made so that there’s no double ups.

  • SarahButtonedUp

    Stacy – I think you’re probably right. That’s a good thing to add to any email checklist for sure.

  • Mary Kay Lee

    I’ve done several cookie exchanges and it’s been wonderful. A neat bonus is to add one “extra” family to your numbers and then the host can drop off a platter filled with yummy treats to a family that might need some extra encouragement during this season. I’m hoping to plan ours right around the time we do a Christmas party for families in need and bring our “bonus” platter to the party for all of them to enjoy!

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  • Maggie Slater

    That’s a great idea, @facebook-642956799:disqus !

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