Celebrating 20+ Years of Reaching Families for Christ!
Sundays, 4 -
06 - SILLY HAT, PICTURE & CANDY NIGHT—Wear a silly hat and bring
unopened bags of individually wrapped candy to be used for the Easter
Egg Hunt. Karen Chaney will be with us also making individual, group and
11 - JOURNEY - MAIN EVENT (for students who completed their Bible
readings by March 30)
13 - FUNNY FACE NIGHT
20 - EASTER - NO AWANA
26 - SPARKS CAMP-A-RAMA—for 2nd grade Sparks who have completed all
three Sparks handbooks
27 - MISSONS OFFERING/CUBBIE OLYMPICS & MOVING UP NIGHT—Don’t forget to
bring a missions offering. Cubbies will be doing their Cubbie games for
their parents & other family members. Moving Up Night – 2nd graders will
visit T&T, 6th graders will visit Trek, and 8th graders will visit our
FINAL T&T BIBLE QUIZ PRACTICE—April 6 in room 414
BIBLE QUIZ COMPETITION—Saturday, April 12, at Countryside Bible
Church, 250 Countryside Ct., Southlake, TX, 9 a.m.—12:30 p.m.
2ND HALF AWANA PAYMENTS ARE NOW DUE! Please pay 2nd half dues
ASAP if they haven’t been paid yet.
Congratulations to our Awana Summit teams for a job well done in Chicago
this year. In fine arts, nine students participated and three received
gold medals, six received silver medals, and one received a bronze
medal. Duncan Voyles also was awarded the Judges Choice Award in Public
Speaking for his speech on Presenting the Gospel.
Three Bible quiz teams participated and two teams received silver
medals. Second place gold in the country was awarded in the Awana games
area. Two Arapaho Road volleyball teams competed with one team advancing
to the championship bracket and posted four wins before being
Seniors, Jon Glass, Jason Laddusaw, Lauren
Mezzell, Duncan Voyles and Luke Williams were
presented the highest achievement in Awana – the Citation Award. Thank
you to our AWESOME coaches for giving so many hours working with all of
Sixty-four students and adults made the trip to Chicago from Arapaho
Road. Thank you for your prayers and encouragement.
Coming in May: Book Blow-Out Night – May 4th (last night to
complete your handbooks) & Awards Ceremony – May 18 Celebrating 20+
Years of Reaching Families for Christ!
2013 – 2014 - Awana Leadership
|Bill and Nancy Sword
||Asst. to the Commanders
||Senior Sparks Director
||Kindergarten Sparks Director
||1st Grade Sparks Director
||2nd Grade Sparks Director
||Girls T&T Director
||Boys T&T Director
|Russell and Ruth Foreman
||Trek and Journey Directors
| Karla & Mike Smith
||Awana Store Directors
AWANA PRICES FOR 2013 - 2014
A-WANNA BEES -
(Dues, Shirt & Bag) $ 40
DUES - $40 / HANDBOOK - $11 / UNIFORM - $12 /
BOOK BAG - $7 (Optional)
SPARKS - DUES - $40 / HANDBOOK - $11 / UNIFORM - $13 / BOOK BAG - $7
T & T -
DUES - $40 / HANDBOOK - $11 / UNIFORM - $15 / CD - $10 (Optional)/
BACK PACK - $7 (Optional)
DUES - $40 / HANDBOOK - $11
JOURNEY - DUES - $ 40 / HANDBOOK - $11 x 2 (Main Study &
What Is Awana?
Endorsements For Awana:
Awana At Home:
Who may attend?
Boys, girls, and teens age two thru high school.
When does Awana Meet?
Sundays 4 - 6 p.m. during the school year.
Why should my kids attend?
Awana offers sound Biblical instruction, scripture memory,
organized games, great Christian Fellowship, and awards for
completing scripture verses and good sportsmanship.
Is there a fee?
Yes. Nominal yearly dues are necessary to cover the cost of
the awards. In addition, an Awana vest or shirt will be
necessary for clubbers to display their awards. Finally,
scripture handbooks need to be purchased for your clubber.