Adventurers

2018 Registration

Click here to register your children for 2018.  (This is an online registration form.)

Once you have registered each of your children please deposit the following amount into the Adventurer Bank Account.

New Members $55 (includes $10 sash, $10 T-shirt and printing, $5 Hat)
Returing Members $30

 

Account Details
BSB: 032509
Acct Number: 271897
Name: Wallsend Seventh Day Adventist Working Account
Description: Advent followed by your surname (ie AdventJones)

 

2018 Wallsend Adventurer Club Calendar 

Click here to download a printable version

Saturday 3rd February - 
Registration Day / Club Meeting at Church - 2-4pm

Friday 23rd – Sunday 25th February - Wangi Family Camp

Sunday 18th March - Swimming Award

APRIL – School Holidays (No Adventurers)

Saturday 19th May - Club meeting at Church - 2-4pm

Sunday 17th June - Club meeting at Church / Woodworking & Cooking - 2-4pm

JULY – School Holidays (No Adventurers) 

Saturday 18th August - Club meeting at Church - 2-4pm

Saturday 15th September - Club meeting at Church - 2-4pm

Saturday 20th October - Family Picnic at Blackbutt Reserve - 1-4pm

Saturday 17th November - Club Meeting at Church - 2-4pm

Saturday 1st December - Investiture program & family picnic - 10:40am at the Church

 

Philosophy

The Adventurer Club is open to all children ages 4-9 (starting the year before they commence school), in which the church, home and school join together to help children develop character and wisdom. The Adventurer Club is offered to assist parents in making the development of their child richer and more meaningful.

Objectives

The Adventurer Club provides fun and creative ways for children to:

1. Develop a Christ-like character;
2. Experience the joy and satisfaction of doing things well;
3. Express their love for Jesus in a natural way;
4. Learn good sportsmanship and strengthen their ability to get along with others;
5. Discover their God-given abilities and to learn how to use them to benefit self and serve others;
6. Discover God's world;
7. Improve their understanding of what makes families strong;
8. Develop parental support for the training of children.