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Attention Parents of Cubbies (preschool age):  As of 9/9/19 -we do not have enough adult leaders to offer our regular Cubbies program. If we get 2 more adult leaders who are willing to take on the Cubbies program in the next few weeks, we will be able to offer it.  Until then, we will not be taking on any new Cubbies children.  However, if your child was in Cubbies last year and this would be their 2nd year of Cubbies, you have two options. Option #1 – your child can attend Awana and will be with the Kindergarten group for Book Time (while doing the Cubbies handbook), but be aware your child will be with the rest of the K-2nd grade kids for Council time and Game Time. Option #2 – Parents can purchase the 2nd year Cubbies handbook ($11) and do an at-home study.
 
Club runs during the school year
Wednesday’s 6:15 pm-7:45 pm
 
Doors open at 6:00pm with program starting at 6:15pm
                   
Free Family Meal nights served from 5:30-6:00pm on the following dates:
October 2:  Ham sandwiches & cheesy potatoes
October 16:  Sloppy Joe’s & chips
October 30:  Shredded BBQ chicken, hotdogs, chips & coleslaw
November 13:  Tacos & salad
December 4:  Scrambled eggs & little smokies
January 15:  Spaghetti, salad & french bread
January 29:  Ham sandwiches & cheesy potatoes
February 12:  Sloppy Joe’s & chips
February 26:  Shredded BBQ chicken, hotdogs, chips & coleslaw
March 11:  Tacos & salad
April 1:  Scrambled eggs & little smokies
April 15:  Spaghetti, salad & french bread
April 29:  Pizza Night
 
 
AWANA:  Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed
 
The name AWANA comes straight out of scripture. II Timothy 2:15
 “Do your best to present yourself as one approved, who correctly handles the word of truth.
                                                                                                                                                   
AWANA Club is designed for ages pre-kindergarten through 6th grade.

 

A typical AWANA Club schedule includes:
Games and Activities
Music
Council time
Scripture Memorization