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Grilling
Candy Making With Candied Apples—Good Memories and Good Apples!
Hope Chests Built by Fathers!
Mosaic Stepping Stones
Fifty Pounds of Candy!!!
Outdoor Life & Pocketknife
Diorama
Using Keepers for Seventeen Years! (Rest Home – A Yearly Blessing!
Repurposing
Table Tennis – A Good Fellowship Time
Personal Safety
Laundry – A Necessary Skill
  • Welcome!

    Welcome to our new Keepers Corner!  We are glad you came to visit!  We are really excited to begin this new venture of sharing with the Keepers Community.  Keepers was first begun with the goal of encouraging children to learn …

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  • Grilling

    Grilling

    Three sessions were taught to the high school Contenders guys (4).  The sessions included safety, clean and attractive food prep and presentation.  Burgers, chicken, pork/kabobs were grilled.  Putting together a burger bar, marinade for the kabobs, and side dishes appropriate …

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  • Candy Making With Candied Apples—Good Memories and Good Apples!

    Candy Making With Candied Apples—Good Memories and Good Apples!

    Our Keeper’s group just formed last October. A woman who raised her daughter with the Keeper’s curriculum offered a meeting to help other women start their own groups in our area. This was a huge blessing. Several of the members …

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  • Hope Chests Built by Fathers!

    Hope Chests Built by Fathers!

    I have a most wonderful club post to share with you! I just had to call this club leader personally because I had so many questions to discover just how she managed to do this. What is this? Every dad …

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  • Mosaic Stepping Stones

    Mosaic Stepping Stones

    We began our garden stepping stone class by making the following quote our prayer.

    “And may all my mistakes in life only be a stepping-stone to others, that would bring them closer to Thee. Grant it, Lord.” -W. Branham

    This …

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  • Fifty Pounds of Candy!!!

    Fifty Pounds of Candy!!!

    This was an all day meeting.  Everyone was asked to bring a bagged lunch so no time was wasted.  Some girls worked while others ate so the stove could stay hot.  We made 50 pounds of old-fashioned candy and split …

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  • Outdoor Life & Pocketknife

    Outdoor Life & Pocketknife

    We combined two badges together with our Keepers Club, meeting at the house of one of our club members rather than the usual village hall so we could light a fire.

    Beforehand, everyone had to look at some preparatory materials …

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  • Diorama

    Diorama

    The skill of diorama teaches so many things: planning a project, gathering supplies, scaling to size, attractiveness of picture, and more.  The following club did a great job teaching this skill to their girls.

    Kimberly organized all the materials each …

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  • Using Keepers for Seventeen Years! (Rest Home – A Yearly Blessing!

    Using Keepers for Seventeen Years! (Rest Home – A Yearly Blessing!

    Keepers of the Faith has been a real blessing to our family!  We personally have been “Keepers” for over 17 years, since 1995, starting with my then five year old, who is now grown up and married.  The original club …

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  • Repurposing

    Repurposing

    Waste not …want not.  This old saying goes for clothing as well!  A whole new twist on sewing has hit the internet called “repurposing.”  It is absolutely amazing what inspired individuals have created.  Since the subject is so broad we …

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  • Table Tennis – A Good Fellowship Time

    Table Tennis – A Good Fellowship Time

    I had a lot of fun sharing my past table tennis experience with our Keepers of the Faith kids.  We learned some facts about the game.

    For example: Table Tennis is the most popular racquet sport in the world in …

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  • Personal Safety

    Personal Safety

    Officer Sam, a club member’s dad, educated the club on safety issues including fire, internet, and police.  He began with a few short informative videos he had downloaded from the internet.  Then he had a local policeman bring his car …

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  • Laundry – A Necessary Skill

    Laundry – A Necessary Skill

    Our family has been living in east Asia for many years.  Our 11-year-old daughter Abigail has been earning Keepers pins for about the last three or four years.  It’s been a great way to help her learn basic life skills, …

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