Friday Feb 15 2013 comments Girl Scout Cookie Drop By: Kim Palaferri, Auburn Journal Photographer -A +A Buy This Photo Now Girl Scout Cookies have arrived in Auburn, all 3,701 cases of them. Here, Kate Beal offloads pallets of Thin Mints making them ready for troops to pick up and dristribute. Lyon's Real Estate in Auburn became a temporary warehouse for 44,412 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies during the Girl Scout Cookie Drop. Auburn just got a lot sweeter today with the delivery of 3,701 cases of Girl Scout Cookies, which totals 44,412 boxes of all kinds including the new Mango Creme that might give the popular Thin Mint a fun for it's money. Cheryl Kindice helps out with the Girl Scout Cookie drop on Friday. A new Girl Scout cookie is unveiled, the Mango Creme, that could bring competition to the popular Thin Mint. Kate Beal and Travis Kindice help organize 3,701 cases of Girl Scout cookies during the Cookie Drop at Lyons Realty in Auburn. Starting February 23rd, troop members will be selling the famous cookies at booth sales. Frank Rich and Chad Silverstein work quickly as a team loading pallets of Girl Scout cookies. Lorri Ledin helps unload the Girl Scout cookie favorite Thin Mint during the Cookie Drop.