Girl Scout Association shows 'Odd Girl Out'
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Tongass Alaska Girl Scout Council and the Association of Alaska School Boards will show the movie "Odd Girl Out" from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Nov. 9, at St. Ann's Parish Hall.
Girls age 11 and older are invited to attend, along with their parents or other adults. This program is an interactive, guided discussion about girl-to-girl bullying, the effects of both and how to resolve issues. It is rated PG-13.
Tongass Alaska Girl Scout Council serves more than 800 girls, in 14 communities throughout Southeast Alaska. Girl Scouts is open to girls ages 5-17. To learn more about Girl Scouting in Juneau or the "Odd Girl Out" program, call the council office at 586-1710.
SEARHC open regular hours on Veterans Day
All Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium health care facilities will be open regular business hours this year on Nov. 10 in honor of Veterans Day. Those that normally are open on Saturdays also will be open on Nov. 11, the traditional Veterans Day.
Healthy snacks and refreshments will be available at each SEARHC facility, and there will be posters and cards honoring veterans.
Please contact your local SEARHC health care facility if you should have any questions.
SEA Avalanche center shows snowboard film
The Southeast Alaska Avalanche Center, an educational nonprofit corporation that provides snow avalanche education and information for all of Southeast Alaska, will hold two showings of the new Teton Gravity Research ski and snowboard film "Anomaly" at 7 and 9 p.m. on Nov. 10 at Centennial Hall.
Tickets are $10 in advance at the Juneau ski sale or $12 at the door. There will be many door prizes from local and national vendors.
For more information, call Mike Bartholow at 364-2232 or visit www.avalanche.org.