Ranger Kids




Ranger Kid Field Day will be JULY 18, 2015 at 
Deerpoint Lake Assembly of GOD, 3317 New Church Road - Panama City FL 32409. Calling all Ranger Kids come for a day of Fun and Excitement. Looking forward to seeing all of you there

 RANGER KIDS FIELD DAY 2015

 



Karate Demo - Jump House - Water Slide - Soap Carving -Fire Dept Demo



Ping Pong Ball Shooting Gallery-  Water Balloon Launcher

Water Rescue with Life Ring  - Dunking Tank

Noah's Ark - Sponge Throw - Rain Gutter Regata  - Airship Challenge

Aircraft Carrier Landing Challenge

Water Guns are welcome with Commanders/Parents approval  - Prize Bags with lots of unique goodies

 

Lunch will be provided…..Taco’s with trimmings, Smores burrito’s and more Team,

This will be fun filled event with a lots of excitement and fun planned. Please make plans to attend now and come prepared to make an impact on our future generation of leaders. The BGMC Special Missions event will be at First Assembly Panama City at 6 pm that evening, make plans to attend and make it an action packed day.

 

                                                                                                                                                               


The Ranger Kids Advancement Trail is based on the needs, interest and characteristics of boys in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. The Trail is a plan of advancement through learning—from both experiences and activities—and being recognized for their learning. It is designed to offer every boy adventure and fun. The Trail is more than an interesting course of action; it is a new experience—a new achievement. It is a Ranger's opportunity to grow through new abilities, knowledge, and desires.

The Ranger Kids Advancement Trail is made up of three trails:

Trail to the ElkTrail to the WolverineTrail to the Cougar
Trail to the
Elk
Trail to the
Wolverine
Trail to the
Cougar

To earn each trail's patch, the Ranger Kid must earn the four awards along the trail. For example, once a Ranger Kid has earned the Antelope Award, the Ram Award, the Caribou Award, and the Buffalo Award, he receives the Elk patch.  The boys can earn these awards in any order because they are all of equal value, not based on previous requirements.  The individual steps that the Ranger Kid must take to earn each award are directed to help him grow PHYSICALLY, SPIRITUALLY, MENTALLY, and SOCIALLY.

After completing each step toward earning the award, the achievement is noted in the Ranger Kid's Handbook and workbook with the commander's signature and the date.  For information on where the patches should be placed on the Ranger Kids uniform, see the Ranger Kids Hand

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