Join us to register for the upcoming Pathfinder Year.
The Theme for this year is: “Citizenship”
Redding SDA Church, 2828 Eureka Way, Redding
We are meeting downstairs in fellowship hall 5:30 to 7:30pm
We will be fitting / taking measurements for those who need new uniforms.
This year we are preparing for International Camporee in Oshkosh WI., Aug. 2019
Download / Print Registration form HERE
Forms will be available at Registration.
Registration Fee is $50 per child for the year.
Pathfinders Camping Skills Week – June 18 – 25, 2018
Join Redding Rangers Pathfinder Club for one week of Camping Skills Honors, hiking, survival training, and fun!
5 NorCal Pathfinder Clubs and guests will be camping at Volcano Adventure Youth Camp by a Grant from the Lassen Park Foundation. Ages 10 – 17.
Application at www.ReddingRangers.org under FORMS tab.
Kids will learn camping and survival skills in this immersive training program to foster leadership and self-dependence in the wilderness.
To apply, contact MiguelChambers@ReddingRangers.org
or call: (530) 629-6005
Pathfinder Sabbath at Redding SDA Church. May 19, 2018
Join us as Redding Pathfinders are Invested with the Honors they have earned over the last school year. The Pathfinder Excellence Award and the Pathfinder of the Year Trophy will be awarded.
A slide presentation showing this last year’s activities will be shown.
Eddie Heinrich, Northern CA. SDA Youth Director
This year’s Pinecar Derby will be hosted by the Carmichael Pathfinder Club on March 4, 2018
There are four categories to win medals and trophies in each class ( junior, teen, adult):
1) Craftsmanship: For level of difficulty in building the car.
“WOW” factor plays a large part in this award. A medal is awarded.
2) Looks Most Like: As in, “That looks so much like a banana, I think I could eat it!”
A medal is awarded.
3) Best in Class: The best in overall “WOW” factor for that class.
A Trophy is awarded.
4) Speed: A 1st place, 2nd place, and 3rd place Trophy in each class is awarded to the top three fastest Pinecars. Track-times are measured to the nearest one-hundredth of a second.