Fallon Troop Says Thanks

  • 2022-11-20, 08:26 AM
  • Source: Trail Life USA
Fallon Troop Says Thanks

On Veteran's Day Friday, November 11, Fallon Troop Trail Life 1321 presented the Fallon Police Department and the Churchill County Sheriff's office with a respectful salute, a tray of treats made by the boys, and a thank you for the many officers, deputies, dispatchers, and staff that keep our community safe.

Ken Catlin, Troop master, said “A part of the Trail Life Motto states that we respect authority. We teach the boys to take authority very seriously and to appreciate and honor those whom God has placed over us.”

The local troop currently has over 20 young men participating. It is open to school-age boys from kindergarten through high school. Trail Life teaches respect, leadership, outdoor skills, citizenship and patriotism, family values, and more under the authority of the Christian Church.

The First Southern Baptist Church (FBSC) of Fallon sponsors the local Fallon Trail Life Troop.

Pastor and Troop Ministry Liaison Sam Stanton said, “We are blessed to be able to give these young men an opportunity to grow and be challenged physically, mentally, and spiritually in a well-rounded program that honors our Lord Jesus Christ.” FBSC also sponsors a girls’ program called Girls in Action (GA) that runs concurrently with the boys’ meetings.

More information about this nationwide youth organization can be found at www.traillifeusa.com or by contacting the First Southern Baptist Church of Fallon.



Source: Trail Life USA



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