Ranger Kids Jamboree
**Online registration extended until June 1st!**
Online registration cutoff: June 1st
Junior Missions Camp
Junior Missions Camp (JMC) prepares the boys for home and world missions construction projects. Boys must have attended an Advanced JTC and have completed the ninth grade. Classes range from building walls to witnessing. Witnessing skills are taught and put to use in a visit to a local community or another ministry opportunity. Boys are taught fundamental construction skills to enable them to attend a missions trip.
Requirements: Must have completed the ninth grade and have completed JTC and AJTC. Trainee must have parents,sr. commander and pastor signatures to attend.
Note: This is a very physical camp, loading and unloading a semi trailer, lifting boxes. Offsite activities will take place at this camp. Instruction will take place at Camp Wilderness and offsite trips will go to plant city to participate in several outreach opportunities including delivering food to shut ins (with adult supervision) and participating in "back pack bash" (passing out back packs with school supplies).
Royal Ranger Night At The Park Fundraiser
Commanders...how many of you have boys who would like to campout on a baseball field played on BIG LEAGUE PLAYERS?
Make plans to join us for the 4th Annual, Royal Rangers Night At The Park!
Cost per ticket is $11 and the outpost keeps $3 of every ticket sold, or you can charge your Rangers and dads $8 per ticket and not make it a fundraiser, the choice is yours.
We'll watch the Lakeland Tigers take on the Tampa Yankees, then we'll pitch our tents in the outfield, watch a movie on the big screen and have fun with your friends playing pick-up games of ! Saturday morning we'll pack-up our gear and then be treated to a hot breakfast at the players café! You can't beat the value for the money, not to mention the memories that will be made!
This a great father/son event too!!!
Event flier attached...
SMC 2013 - Be There!
Summer Merit Camp is a “summer camp where boys happen to earn merits.” That’s our motto, and I think we stay true to that meaning.
If history is any indication of the future, SMC 2013 will be better than SMCs 2011 and 2012!
There are a few slots left, and the camp is open to the entire district. For those who went to Pow Wow, that means every boy you saw at Pow Wow (except Ranger Kids) are eligible to attend this camp. The last two camps have filled up and we’ve been over capacity so make sure you register NOW.
So, if your son or Rangers are interested in attending, complete the appropriate registration form attached and get it mailed pronto!
At SMC, not only do we jump out of trees, swing off of rope swings and go on canoe trips, but this year we’ll be going to Bartow for some swimming therapy (that means a lot of splashing), and we’re also assembling the largest slip-n-slide EVER at the Ranger Property. It’ll be the a ride the boys won’t soon forget!
Oh yeah…they’ll be earning 6 merits too in a “no pencil” zone. We don’t use pencils at SMC…that’s too much like school. Instead all the merits are taught interactively.
Ranger Trails Issues
- Steve Bridges
The planning for SMC 2011 started in late 2010 by defining a visionfor the camp, identifying the ideal staff qualifications, creating an organization chart, and putting a promotional campaign together. Thus, we set the ground work in place…..the staging ground for God to work with.
|FCF Family Picnic|
Sat May 25
|Ranger Kids Jamboree|
Fri Jun 07
|SMC - Staff Meeting|
Fri Jun 21
|Summer Merit Camp - Discovery Rangers|
Sat Jun 22 @12:00PM - Tue Jun 25 @01:00PM
|SMC - Staff Meeting|
Wed Jun 26
|Summer Merit Camp - Adventure/Expedition Rangers|
Thu Jun 27
Fri Aug 02
|GMA Review Board|
Sat Aug 03 @02:00PM - Sat Aug 03 @03:00PM
|FCF Archery and Blackpowder Shoot|
Sat Aug 17 @12:00PM - Sat Aug 17 @01:00PM
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