October

ADVENTURER CLUB NEWSLETTER


   Your Communications Team:

Email Sharon Andreassen
Kmail Kathy Story

You can contribute to the monthly newsletter! Send news photos and information to the Communication Team. Click on a name to send an email to the team members.



Dear Kansas-Nebraska Conference Pathfinders,

A warm welcome to our monthly newsletter! I sincerely appreciate your dedication to staying informed by reading our updates and assure you that this month's content is truly worth knowing and sharing. I'd like to extend my gratitude to our hardworking communications team for putting it all together. We encourage each and every one of you to mark your calendars and plan ahead, as we have an exciting Adventurer year ahead with so much to look forward to. Remember, the best thing about Adventurers is getting to know and love Jesus and one another through the all the fun things we learn and do from awards to community service and sharing the gospel. Let's make this year unforgettable by worshiping, working and growing together.

-Nick Snell


EVENTS


Leadership Training
Take the Survey

Did you attend? Let us know what you liked, didn't like, and how we can improve for the next leadership training.

Click Here to Take the
Anonymous Survey Now!


ANNOUNCEMENTS


REQUIRED! - Travel Insurance

The Kansas -Nebraska Conference is requiring that travel insurance be purchased for every individual Traveling to and from and attending the International Camporee in Gillette, WY.
Please budget and purchase the special Travel Insurance for each person attending the International Camporee

Click Here to Learn More


Dino Dig Experience Signup!

The International Camporee Offsite Activities team is excited to join with Southwestern Adventist University to invite you to a fossil dig site that is producing incredible finds 2 hours from Gillette. You will have to provide your own transportation, but otherwise, it is FREE to you! Space is limited. Sign up here!  


Sharing Spaces: Churches and Schools

I had a meeting with my pastor to go over some of the communication plans we had in mind. As I parked in the combined church/school parking lot, I wondered if the church doors would be open since it was a school day. After I tried the front door, I was relieved it was unlocked and I wouldn’t have to wait for someone to let me in. But then I thought, What prevents me or anyone else from just wandering through the school?

Click Here to Read More

 


RESOURCES