Kaylie Heuck is queen of Girl Scout cookie sales -- again.


In fact, this is the third year in a row that the 10-year-old has brought home the city's top sales award.


Over the first three months of 2008, Kaylie patiently stood in front of Hesperia grocery stores, pitched her popular products to friends and family, and went door-to-door. Her hard work resulted in the sale of 1,834 boxes of Thin Mints, Caramel DeLites, Do-si-dos and other delectible varieties. That comes to $7,336 in product, which ultimately went to benefit the organization nationally and locally. Last year Kaylie wasn't only the top seller in Hesperia but throughout the Girl Scouts San Gorgonio Council.


What's the key to Kaylie's sweet success?


"Doorbells and knocks," she said last week at the Girl Scouts Hesperia Service Area's dinner at Juniper Elementary School.


In fact, her sales pitch is ingrained in her mind: "Hi, my name is Kaylie from Troop 784.... Thank you for supporting me and all the Girl Scouts."


Kaylie and her mother are quick to thank the public for making it all happen.


"If it wasn't for the community, the Girl Scouts wouldn't be able to do what they do," Kristi Heuck said. "We're very thankful."


According to her mother, the sizzling sales have had other benefits.


"All of this has built her social skills tremendously," she said.


And, she's learned to manage her time and manage (lots of) money.


When Kaylie isn't studying school work or selling Girl Scout cookies she's likely to dream about owning her own horse.


"I love horses."


She regularly volunteers at Wagon Wheel Ranch, a non-profit organization in Summit Valley that helps youngsters in need.


"I love to volunteer," Kaylie said.