Royal Rangers Boys Program

“But He was pierced for our transgressions, He was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on Him, and by His wounds we are healed.” Isaiah 53:5

                  Christmas time is almost here! It’s hard to believe another year is winding down, but there is still a lot going on at Royal Rangers. All the classes are going well, and the attendance is back up with the bus ministry going again this year. A recent event we had was a camp out at Dan and Sue Smith’s house. There was a campfire, swimming, breakfast, devotions, and lots of activities. Dan also taught the boys how to throw a traditional tomahawk, and they spent some time doing that. They had a lot of fun with that!

Coming up this November, on the 10th there will be a Shawano County Deputy joining the boys during the regular Family Night Class. All the Ranger classes will be combined, and they will be learning about the local police and the boys can ask questions.

In December, there is the annual Christmas Store for the Rangers and Mpact girls. The store is a great chance for kids to ‘go shopping’ and ‘purchase’ items that they can give to their family members for Christmas.

Upcoming Events:

November 10th:  Shawano County Deputy Joining Class

December 15th:  Ranger Christmas Store