Spring Gathering 2021

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Event Schedule

Friday, March 12

6:00-9:00: Registration – Love Dining Hall

8:00-9:00:AIA Drumming-Love Dining Hall

9:00: Survivor Marathon- Love Dining Hall

9:00 Chapter Claw  Painting- Love Dining Hall

10:00 Cracker Barrel- Love Dining Hall

 

Saturday, March 13

7:30: Mile Run -Love Dining Hall

8:00: Breakfast – Love Dining Hall

9:00-10:00: Morning Session 1

  • Flip the tarp – Love Dining Hall Parade Field
  • Locate the Survivor- Love Dining Hall Parade Field

10:15-12:15: Morning Session 2

  •             Water Relay- Henderson Field
  •             Slingshot Game- Henderson Field

12:30: Lunch – Love Dining Hall

1:15-2:15: Campwide Service Project – youth and adult (required, location TBA)

2:15-4:00 Campwide Games- LEB

  • Human Foosball- Lower Gorman Field- LEB
  • Kuub- Lower Gorman Field- LEB
  • Cornhole- Lower Gorman Field- LEB
  • Gaga ball- Lower Gorman Field- Jack Patton

2:15-4:00: Campwide Service Project – adult (optional, location TBA)

6:30: Brotherhood Trail begins – (TBA)

6:30: Dinner – Love Dining Hall

9:30: Game Session- Love Dining Hall- LEB

9:30: Survivor Marathon pt. 2- Love Dining Hall- LEB

10:15: Cracker Barrel – Love Dining Hall

 

Sunday, March 14

7:40: Interfaith Worship – Amphitheater depending on weather

8:00: Breakfast – Love Dining Hall

8:30: Camp clean-up by chapter – assignments posted on bulletin board in Love Dining Hall

–        Once camp is clean: LEC – Ft Brumley

Campsite Assignments
Everyone can bring a tent or hammock. However we will be able to use the Adventure Camp tents if you choose to.

AC-10: Nagatamen, TQB, Wvhvlv en Hvresse
AC- 8 & 9: Echota
AC-5: Etowah
AC-6 & 7: Kennesaw
AC-4: Lowanne, Osten, Silepl
AC-3: Achewon, Thennethlofkee

Interfaith Service Program

Interfaith Service
Spring Gathering
Bert Adams Scout Camp

 

Welcome and Prayer

Mighty God, thank you for the opportunity to be here in the midst of the beauty and majesty of your creation. Give us the strength to endure the challenges of this day, the wisdom to enjoy each moment, and the courage to push ourselves further than we ever have before. Bless each Scout and each leader as we journey together through the adventure of Scouting. Amen.

 

Responsive Reading

”On My Honor” by Dr. Carroll Osburn, 1997

Leader: Almighty God, keep us always mindful that our honor is a possession to be cherished as dearly as life itself. Endow us with firmness of purpose and uncommon integrity that will enable us to fulfill those responsibilities with which we are charged. Make us ever conscious of the trust others have placed in us as Scouts.

Scouts: ON MY HONOR

Leader: Creator of the universe, how often we forget the true source of life’s joys and pleasures. How often, too, have we failed to remember the origin of the inward strength, which has enabled us to be aware of Your continual presence in our daily lives. Help us to understand the more meaningful rewards of service in Your name.

Scouts: TO DO MY DUTY TO GOD

Leader: We thank Thee, Almighty God, for the privilege of living in a country such as the United States of America. Keep foremost in our minds that the freedoms, which we enjoy, were bought through the unselfish sacrifices of those who have gone before us. As the strength of a country is in her people, let us never avoid our responsibility to maintain this nation as a beacon of hope and freedom to all mankind.

Scouts: AND MY COUNTRY

Scriptural Readings

Service of God 4.1.9 Psalm 100

Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth. Worship the Lord with gladness; come before him with joyful songs. Know that the Lord is God. It is he who made us, and we are his; we are his people, the sheep of his pasture. Enter his gates with thanksgiving And his courts with praise; Give thanks to him and praise his name. For the Lord is good and his love endures forever. His faithfulness continues through all generations.

Meditation Moment

Please take a moment to self-reflect.

A Scout’s Prayer

Dear Heavenly Father,

Help to keep my honor bright and teach me that integrity of character is my most priceless possession. Grant that I may do my best today, and strive to do even better tomorrow. Teach me that duty is a friend and not an enemy, and help me face even the most disagreeable task cheerfully. Give me the faith to understand my purpose and life. Open my mind to the truth and fill my heart with love. I am thankful for all the blessings you have bestowed upon my country. Help me to do my duty to my country and to know that a good nation must be made from good men. Help me to remember my obligation to obey the Scout Law, and give me understanding, so that it is more than mere words. May I never tire of the joy of helping other people or look the other way when someone is in need. You have given me the gift of a body; make me wise enough to keep it healthy that I might serve better. You are the source of all wisdom, help me to have an alert mind, teach me to think, and help me to learn discipline. In all that I do and in every challenge I face, help me to know the difference between right and wrong, and lead me in obedience on a straight path to a worthy goal. Amen

Benediction

May God bless us and protect us; May God show us favor and be gracious to us; May God show us kindness and grant us peace. Amen

Camp Cleanup Assignments

 

 

Achewon Woapalanne
Echota – Shower House #2
Etowah – Dining Hall
Kennesaw – Dining Hall
Lowanne Nimat – Shower House #2
Nagatamen – Shower House #1
Osten Nokose – Shower House #1
Silepl Ilaonëtu – Inspect AC 1-5
Tella Qualla Boundary – Inspect AC 6-10
Thennethlofkee
Wesadicha
Wvhvlv en Hvresse – Inspect AC 6-10

 

 

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