We started the school year off with our Fall Crossover for the Newest Mountain Lions!
We Packed 60 Shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child! Here some of the trailmen are delivering them!
John Spence fly fishing expert from Cabela’s was at our Troop meeting teaching Trailmen to use poles and learn fly fishing!
On Saturday February 18th, the Adventurers and Navigators traveled to Buell Armory in Lexington, KY to watch the UK Wildcats rifle team compete against Morehead State. KY 4678 – Morehead State 4600.
On Monday, May 15th our Mountain Lions took part in our monthly “hit the trail” meeting. This months focus was on stewardship and developing good character. We patrolled the Southeast Christian Church Blankenbaker street frontage and the shopping center across the street. As we picked up trash, we talked about how being a good steward of God’s
On Friday, April 15th our Trailmen headed to Country Lake Christian Retreat to help with a service project, enjoy camping and other fun activities. On Friday night our Adventurers and Navigators set up camp, had dinner and enjoyed a campfire. On Saturday morning Adv/Nav hiked to lodge where they met several Woodlands to begin service project. We
Thursday, July 16th Trailmen who helped sell chocolate candy bars for a Troop fundraiser were rewarded with Go-Cart Rides and pizza at Renaissance Fun Park. Trailmen and parents raced around the track having fun, with only a few “spin-outs” as shown in above picture. Walk Worthy and Race Worthy! : )
On Saturday, May 23rd Woodlands, Navigators and Adventurers embarked on the Salato Wildlife Center located in Frankfort, Kentucky to learn about Conservation and gain Fur Trapping Skills. This event was arranged by our Troop Outdoor Activities Chair Dan Tobin. Our Troop KY-4:13 was also joined by two other Trail Life Troops. The weather was great
After two great informational meetings and a packed-out parent meeting we are anxiously awaiting our inaugural Trail Life Troop KY-4:13 troop meeting! We recognize that this is a brand new national program and even newer to Southeast Christian Church and our community. Consequently we still have work to do to be a fully-functioning troop. That’s where
TROOP KY-413 IN THE NEWS “Trail Life USA program expands to Southeast” — The Southeast Outlook newspaper–July 10, 2014 “I can’t say enough about how excited we are about this organization and what it stands for. It is important that we educate boys to become future Christian leaders for our country and our community.” –