What Adventist Education Means to Me
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Wednesday afternoon brought the parades for the Mid-America, North Pacific and Pacific Unions. Dressed in their full dress uniforms, Pathfinders lined the taxiway of the OshKosh airport grouped by conferences. The parade was started with the firing of a canon and lead by the VIP dignitaries including Ted NC Wilson, General Conference world church president and Paul Hoover, Upper Columbia Conference president.
This week clubs from all over the Northwest arrived in OshKosh, Wis., for the Forever Faithful 2014 International Camporee. The Northwest clubs traveled by bus, car, plane and train for a five day camporee held every five years. Campers have the opportunity to earn badges like juggling, semaphor, and pine car derby. On Tuesday night, clubs representing the six conferences of the North Pacific Union Conference lowered the flags at sunset in a formal ceremony led by Loren Rogers, Master Guide from the Riverview Seventh-day Adventist church in Washougal, Wash.
The Hideout follows the story of a young girl named Holly whose life is thrown upside down when she is molested by her favorite teacher. Through the support of her best friend, Sam, she finds the strength to tell her mother. Read an interview with the director, Daniel Wahlen.