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      COVID-19 and Girl Scouting

      – Updated May 17, 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. Thank you!

      Dear FNGSC Members,
      Starting May 17, 2021, Farthest North Girl Scout Council (FNGSC) is updating its COVID-19 threat level plan. FNGSC has updated the charts below, which are designed as our guide to office protocol and to help our members know the limitations for troops. The determination of risk level will continue to be updated weekly based on cases of coronavirus in Interior Alaska, and applying our adjustment to only include people under 40 years of age. The 14-day case count average, with our adjustment for age, will be posted to our website. Since the State of Alaska has lifted all mandates, the CDC is primarily our resource for our current updates. We have now applied the recommendations for vaccinated people, updated mask wearing rules, group size, and outdoor activities.

      *Fully vaccinated means person has received all shots necessary for their specific vaccine and 2 full weeks has passed since the final shot.

      If you have any questions about our safety policies, please call us at the Council office at 456-4782 or the Council hotline at 907-799-1612. FNGSC greatly appreciates everyone’s cooperation with this plan as we view the safety of our members, staff and our community as our number one priority.

      -The FNGSC Staff

      The Council is currently in the Green Zone.
      The case count weekly average is 2.3.
      Green Zone: < 5 cases on average last 14 days x 58% to account for people under 40 years of age
      Yellow Zone: 5 – 10 cases on average last 14 days x 58% to account for people under 40 years of age
      Red Zone: >10 cases on average last 14 days x 58% to account for people under 40 years of age
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      Our Council Facebook Live events are BACK! And we're starting off with an old favorite: A Girl Scout Sing-A-Long! And this time, we have a special super secret guest star joining us! Tune in on Friday, May 14th at 4pm to find out who it is and to sing-a-long! All girls in our Council can type their name and troop number into the comments and get a free fun patch mailed to them! Even if you miss the live event, you'll have until 4pm Saturday the 15th to watch the video and type in your name & troop number and sing-a-long to get your patch. Sing with you soon! 🎶
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      Farthest North Girl Scout CouncilThursday, April 29th, 2021 at 10:31pm
      We need your help Fairbanks! Last year, you donated 70 cases of Girl Scout cookies to frontline worker who help keep us safe. We want to beat that number this year and donate 80 cases to the folks who work hard to keep our community healthy and safe during the pandemic! You can help by donating a case ($60) of Girl Scout cookies! All you have to do is call our Council and pay over the phone, 456-4782. Then, we deliver the cookies with a note listing all the donors! Help us give a sweet thank you to these brave people!

      PLUS, your cookie donation is tax deductible and supports your local Girl Scouts! Triple win!


      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.