WHEN: JULY 10-15, 2016
WHERE: WETUMPKA, ALABAMA
WHO: Current 6th-12th GRADE YOUTH
Payment Due Dates:
Deposit: NOW- registration is open $100.00 (non-refundable if space not filled)
February 15 – Payment of $125.00 due (non-refundable if space not filled)
March 20 – Final Payment of $125.00 due (non-refundable if space not filled)
Register and pay on line by clicking the “REGISTER ONLINE” button.
Wetumpka, The City of Natural Beauty, is a small community just about 10 miles north of Montgomery, Alabama, and right on the Coosa River. It is home to around 6,500 people and is in one of the fastest growing counties in the country. It is a community with a diverse population, including the Porch Creek Native American Tribe. Wetumpka has a rich history, starting with its location — it is said that the town itself sits in a crater formed by a meteor ages ago. It is also home to an old French Fort, and the blockbuster movie Big Fish was filmed here. Wetumpka is a community where the majority of those who live under the poverty line are either elderly or young families with children. At the same time it is also a quiet and loving town where people care about one another and desire to help those in need.
SERVING IN WETUMPKA
• Serve through painting, cleaning, yard work or other simple work projects.
• Plan and lead kids programming for children in the community, including Bible lessons, games, crafts and reading.
• Partner with local organizations to meet ongoing needs in the community.
• During the week, students may serve at one or more of the above service options.