Wednesday Feb 15 2012 comments Girl Scout cookies arrive By: Michael Kirby/Auburn Journal -A +A Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalKevin Dubey of Mother Lode Van and Storage in Rancho Cordova brings a pallet load of Girl Scout cookies into a warehouse Wednesday morning inAuburn. "We've been delivering loads of GirlScout cookies for a week or so, five loads a day go out," said Dubey. Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalGirl Scout volunteers (L-R) Celli Baker,Nicole Artim, and Tara Hoversten help unload pallets of Girl Scoutcookies for distrubution Wednesday to area Girl Scout Troops. Michael Kirby/Auburn Journal"Cookie Drop" coorindator Bill Jackson has an armful of Girl Scout cookies at a warehouse in North Auburn Wednesday."The cookie orders will be staged by one of the three doors for trooppick-up," he said. Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalVeona Galbraith (L) and Celli Baker (R) stackcases of Girl Scout cookies for pick up Wednesday morning. Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalJackie Kampp was one of 16 volunteers workingWednsday morning to unload and sort thousands of cases of Girl Scout cookies during this years big "Cookie Drop" in North Auburn. Michael Kirby/Auburn JournalCami Kappos of Loomis (L), Kim Williamson (C) and Celli Baker (R) of Auburn unload a pallet of Girl Scout cookies Wednesday morning. Many volunteers made the job speedy and by 4pm all the cookies will be picked up by area Girl Scout Troops fordistribution.