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      COVID-19 and Girl Scouting

      – UPDATED AUGUST 4, 2022 –

      As of August 4, 2022, our previous tiered system of health precautions will no longer be used. We will allow Girl Scout Troops and Service Units to use their own judgement on Covid precautions. All members should stay vigilant with regards to sanitation, staying home when feeling sick, and wearing masks if that is your comfort level. Coronavirus will be with us long-term, so we need to keep mindful of everyone’s safety while enjoying our Girl Scout experiences. Please continue to be patient with each other and apply the Girl Scout Promise and Law to all situations. If you have any questions, contact the council office at 907-456-4782.

      -Suellen Nelles, CEO, Farthest North Girl Scout Council

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      Farthest North Girl Scout CouncilMonday, September 26th, 2022 at 9:34pm
      Calling all Girl Scouts Juniors and older with canoeing experience! Sign up for the Annual Freeze-Up Canoe Race taking place this Saturday, October 1st starting at 9:30am. Call the office for details or to sign up, 907-456-4782. Sign-up deadline September 28th.
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      Farthest North Girl Scout CouncilThursday, August 25th, 2022 at 11:23pm
      All Girl Scout troops need a CPR trained person at every meeting. If your troop needs to certify someone, we have a class this Saturday from 1:00-4:00pm for just $35. Call today to sign up and pay by credit card. This is our only scheduled class this fall.
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      Farthest North Girl Scout CouncilTuesday, August 23rd, 2022 at 10:40pm
      Calling all Girl Scouts and your friends! The Girl Scout recruitment party, Girls in Space, is happening tomorrow night, August 24th from 6:00 - 7:00pm at Pioneer Park in the Civic Center. Everyone is welcome and it's free. Plus, you get a fun patch! Bring all your friends!


      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.