2019 Spring News!

Spring Family Work Weekend

Looking for something fun to do over Memorial Day Weekend? Spend some time at the ARC with a bunch of other great people and make a difference at the same time! ARC Spring Family Work Weekends are times for families of all shapes and sizes to join together for great food, relaxation, and work projects which will help us get ready for the busy summer camping season. There will be projects for all ages and abilities, plus you get to hang out with some of our ARC S.OH.L. Mates.

Some of the projects include:

· Painting

· Minor building repairs/maintenance

· General cleaning

· Landscaping/gardening

Best of all, Family Work Weekends are free! We still need you to register however so we know how many to plan for. Register now at www.arc-aflc.org and reserve your spot at the 2019 ARC Spring Family Work Weekend!

FLY Zone June 16-21

FLY Zone is geared towards boys and girls in grades 4-8, and provides a week-long camp where kids get sound Biblical teaching, enjoy a variety of team and individual recreational activities, reconnect with old friends and gain some new ones in an enjoyable, nurturing environment. Registration for FLY Zone 2019 is now open online at www.arc-aflc.org. Reserve your spot now! Registration closes June 10, 2019.

Andy Britz is our speaker for FLY Zone 2019. Andy has been involved in youth ministry for the last 20 years as a full-time, part-time, and volunteer youth worker and speaker.  He is a graduate of AFLBS and the University of Northwestern-St. Paul with a degree in youth ministry.

Andy is no stranger to the ARC as he and Jill were both involved in this ministry when they lived in the   Osceola area. We are pleased to welcome Andy to the ARC this summer for FLY Zone 2019!

Andy, and his wife Jill live in Boyceville, WI and have 5 children. Andy runs his own screenprinting business, ASK Wear, and drives a school bus.  When he is not printing t-shirts or volunteering, he is buried under a pile of children, pets, chickens, and house remodeling projects in the woods of western Wisconsin.