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      COVID-19 and Girl Scouting

      – Updated March 22, 2021 –

      The Council has a color-coded system to adjust with the threat level from the Coronavirus. Our system is very similar to that of the school districts in Alaska and is based upon case-levels in Interior Alaska and the demographics that we serve. Decisions on the North Slope and Northwest Arctic Regions will be made independently, based on circumstances in those communities.

      Our Council office is currently operating on limited staff.  Please call ahead before you stop by, as we may be out to lunch. When you do stop by, masks and social distancing are required. Thank you!

      Troops have begun to meet safely in person again under the Yellow Zone guidelines and we couldn’t be happier! And, last week, the CDC adjusted the social distancing guidelines for children. Our new troop guidelines will allow for 3 feet of social distancing for our girl members while adults still need to practice 6 feet of distance.  The CDC safety guidelines have worked so far and our local case numbers have been down long enough that we have loosened our troop meeting guidelines as well.  In the Yellow Zone, troops can now meet up to FOUR times per month, as long as one of those meetings is outside. Please contact us with any questions about our safety policies, 456-4782.

      For the week of April 12th,
      the Council is in the
      YELLOW Zone.

      As of April 12th, the 14 day case count average is 9.9.

      Green Zone: <5 cases on average in the last 14 days
      Yellow Zone: 5-10 cases on average in the last 14 days
      Red Zone: >10 cases on average in the last 14 days
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      Farthest North Girl Scout Council is at Farthest North Girl Scout Council.Thursday, April 15th, 2021 at 5:24pm
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      Earth Day is NEXT week, on April 22nd! Let’s show the world how much Girl Scouts love our planet! All Girl Scouts are invited to make a recycled paper flower that we will display on our Council windows! Plus, you can earn a fun patch for it!

      1) Make a FLAT paper flower out of recycled paper (newspaper, cardboard, magazines...etc.).
      2) Write your name and troop # on the flower.
      3) Drop off your flower in the Flower Drop Box outside our Council. OR if you’re a Girl Scout in one of our rural communities, just take a photo of your flower and email it to program@gsak.org and we’ll mail you your fun patch! Flowers are due by the end of April.

      For those flowers we hang up in our windows, we’ll make a Facebook post in May and let you know when you can pick up your flowers and your fun patch! Let's celebrate Earth Day through recycled art!
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      Farthest North Girl Scout CouncilTuesday, April 13th, 2021 at 2:40pm
      Announcing The Farthest North Girl Scout Council's Volunteer Spotlight: Ashley Tarr, Troop Leader of Troop 177 of the Great North Star Service Unit! Ashley has been a troop leader with us for many years now and from the very beginning has had a large troop and welcomed everyone. Her Girl Scout spirit shines through as she keeps her girls busy with badge-earning fun, community service projects, and a Girl Scout sister mind-set. Throughout the pandemic, Ashley kept her virtual troop meetings fun and engaging through hands-on activities and regularly, weekly meetings.

      Thank you, Ashley, for making a difference in the lives of girls in our community! You help make Girl Scouting possible! 💚

      This is what #AlaskanGirlScouts look like.
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      Farthest North Girl Scout Council is feeling excited.Saturday, April 10th, 2021 at 4:11pm
      *To the tune of The Final Count Down* It's the Final Drive-Thru! TODAY is your LAST chance to buy Girl Scout cookies! Find Girl Scouts selling a limited variety from 12-4pm at the Home Medical Supply parking lot (across the street from our Girl Scout office). This is a CASH ONLY booth and these cookies go fast! See you in just a matter of hours, Fairbanks... for the FINAL DRIVE-THRU!
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      Centered in Fairbanks, the Golden Heart City of Interior Alaska, The Farthest North Girl Scout Council has a history and tradition dating from 1925, thirty-four years before Alaska became the 49th state.  To learn more about the Farthest North Girl Scout Council and its unique history in Alaska click here.