Based on current state guidelines, here are the troop and Service Unit guidelines as of October 1, 2020.
- Troops and service units can meet in groups of 25 people maximum inside and 50 people maximum outside.
- All troops and service units that offer in-person programs or meetings must keep a Contact Tracing Log of who attends those events. This log can be downloaded from this post and will be used to assist in contact tracing should we become aware of a positive or presumptive-positive COVID-19 case. Each person who attends the program/meeting must be on this list. If the program/meeting organizer is contacted after the program/meeting, the organizer must immediately contact their Troop Experience Manager and include a copy of this log in the e-mail. The name/identity of the positive or presumptive-positive person cannot be shared. A NEW LOG IS TO BE USED FOR EACH PROGRAM/MEETING.
- The COVID attendee screening form must be completed by each individual before a troop does any overnight or troop travel. This form can be downloaded from this post. Leaders should keep these completed forms for at least 12 months. If someone answers yes to any questions, they should not participate in the troop activity. If you have any questions about this form or about an attendee’s responses, please contact your Troop Experience Manager.
- Social distancing and face covering guidelines MUST be strictly followed. All persons over the age of 5 must wear face coverings, both indoor and outdoor, where physical distancing of six feet from other people who are not members of the same household is not possible.
- Service Unit meetings and Girl Scout trainings CAN be held if the above guidelines can be met. Please keep the Contact Tracing Log for your own records at each meeting or training. Virtual options should be held for those who prefer not to attend in person.
- Individual family transportation is preferred for any troop or service unit meeting or activity. Carpooling MUST include masks at all times.
- No buffets or shared food at any event or meeting.
- Same guidelines apply to Community Partner programs. (No large group gatherings/programs.)
- If your troop has a large trip or activity planned this fall, complete the Troop Travel form and stay in touch with your Troop Experience Manager. Guidelines can change quickly, and we want to be able to approve troop program as soon as we can safely are able to.
Virtual Girl Scout programs are still available. Refer to the council online calendar for a full listing of provided programs, including badge and journey workshops, here on our website.
Girl Scout Shop Appointment and Curbside Shopping:
Please review the available shopping appointment slots here and sign up.
- Monday– Closed to the public, no curbside pickup or appointment shopping.
- Tuesday– Appointment shopping Noon – 5 p.m.
- Wednesday– Curbside Pickup Noon – 5 p.m.
- Thursday– Appointment shopping Noon – 5 p.m.
- 2nd Saturday of the Month– Appointment Shopping 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
- 4th Saturday of the Month– Curbside Pickup 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Capacity Limit and Appointment Shopping Rules:
- 1 adult/ 1 to 2 Girl Scouts (girl)
- All customers need to wear a mask. If they don’t have a mask, one will be provided for them.
- Curbside pickup and online shopping are available for those who can’t wear a mask.
- All customers need to sign in on the daily contact log book.
Customers will need to use sign up genius to schedule shop appointments. Appointments need to be scheduled on the hour mark. This will allow 25-30 minutes cleaning time between appointment visits. The retail customer care specialist will contact the customer to confirm appointment and verify the shop location. If you are running late, you will need to reschedule for a later time and/or date if available.
Return or Exchanges:
Shop returns and exchanges will be accepted during appointment shopping.