We had a fantastic turn out at the Vanguard School for our State Free throw championships. The winners received a trophy and the second and third place contestants received medals. The winners have been submitted ot Supreme for judging against all other state winners.
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Coats for Kids Chairmen
Essay Contest Chairman
Poster Contest Chairman
To provide our youth with opportunities for involvement in activities that are challenging, fun and provide for individual improvement; to encourage our youth to grow spiritually and increase their knowledge of the meaning of Our Catholic Faith; and to challenge their mental and physical capabilities while helping them realize their moral and social responsibilities.
Summary of Surge With Service Sample Programs
– Columbian Squires, Youth Groups, Athletics, Educational Programs, Youth Welfare, Religious Activities, Social Activities
State Focus Areas
The State Service Activity Program recommends that each Council participate in the following activities
– Basketball Free Throw Championship
o Goal: Each Council promote and participate in the Free Throw Championship at the Council, District and State level for boys and girls 10-14 years of age – Earn Administrative Points
– Soccer Challenge
o Goal: Each Council promote and participate in the Soccer Challenge at the Council, District and State level for boys and girls 10-14 years of age – Earn Administrative Points
– Essay Contest
o Goal: Each Council promote and participate in the Essay Contest at the State level for boys and girls grades 8,9,10,11 and 12 – Earn Administrative Points
– Substance Awareness Poster Contest
o Goal: Each Council promote and participate in the Substance Awareness Poster Contest at the State level for boys and girls ages 8 through 11, and ages 12 through 14 – Earn Administrative Points
– Coats for Kids
o Goal: Each Council promote and participate in the Coats for Kids project by creating or participating in a local coat drive – Earn Administrative Points
The Council appointed Youth Activities Director is the primary focal point for all Council Youth Activities. The Council Youth Activities Director can look for support from his Council Program Director.
The State has a Youth Activities Director to support the Council Youth Activities Director. Help can be in the form of answering questions, helping obtain program materials, and general guidance for organizing and executing any programs.
Support Materials listed in Appendix A
– Essay Contest Participation Report
– Coats for Kids reporting form (community and youth participation form)
On-Line Support Materials
– www.kofc.org/service and click on the Youth Activities Link
– www.coloradokofc.org and click on the Programs link