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PlanetWisdom // 2015

PlanetWisdom // 2015

Friday, December 4 – Sunday, December 6, 2015 $100 (+ money for 4 meals) grades 6-12 Download Registration Form

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Middle School Bonfire @ the Boss’

Middle School Bonfire @ the Boss'

Bonfire @ the Boss’ Sunday, August 23, 2015 5:30-8:30p grades 6-8 We thought it’d be fun to do something fun before the school year started. Then we thought that middle school students like fire… and games… and food… and being completely silly. Are we right? So we’re gonna eat supper @ 5:30p, make fire, play some games, and be downright silly. Sound good? But then you’re going to have to go home around 8:30p because all good things do come to an end. Where is this craziness happening? Jessica Boss’ house: 14001N Cook Rd. Cable, WI 54821 It’s the first

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Back 2 School Bash // 2015

Back 2 School Bash // 2015

Back 2 School Bash Wednesday, August 26, 2015 5:30p For Grades 6-12 Supper, music, teaching, and games (some dry and some wet). If you’re planning to get wet, it’s a good idea to bring a change of clothes!

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Noah’s Ark!

Noah's Ark!

Wednesday, June 10, 2015 5a – 11p $40 grades 5-12 Download Form

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Movie Night!

Movie Night!

Middle School Youth Group Movie Night! Wednesday, October 29th 2014 6:00 – 8:30p Featuring: God’s Not Dead 6, 7, & 8 Grade Guys @ The Beckermann’s House 16548 W. County Hill Rd. 6, 7, &8th Grade Ladies @ The Vinopal’s House 16014 W. Sleepy Hollow Dr. For questions contact Jeremy or Jess @ 715-634-4613

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Flossing.

Flossing.

The fifth week of Middle School Youth was a lesson from left field. We talked about Flossing. Flossing I told my story of not going to the dentist for a number of years, then upon returning I discovered I had 9 cavities. The reason, I was told, was that I did not floss very well. So the dentist and the hygienist educated me on the techniques and belief in flossing. They also tried some scare tactics like you might eventually lose your teeth if you don’t floss. So I believed. They convinced me that the good news of flossing was

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Selfish.

Selfish.

The fourth week of Middle School Youth brought the topic of selfishness. The Dot Game While humans know that we’re basically self-centered creatures, we tend to view ourselves more highly than we really are. In order to illustrate to the students that they really are self-centered, ungrateful people, we played a game. The game was the Dot game in which two people (or more) play against one another in an effort to “close” the most squares. The person with the most squares wins the game. I played on my own team and the other team was all the students. Each

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Bonfire / September 2014

Bonfire / September 2014

Dinner and a Bonfire 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girls only Sunday, September 28th @ 6:00p Directions: 14001N Cook Rd., First Rd. on left after Silverthorne Park in Seeley, first Driveway on the left Questions? Call Jessica Boss 715-558-6628 or jessica@hwcyouth.org  

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Nerf / Airsoft | Sept 2014

Nerf / Airsoft | Sept 2014

Nerf / Airsoft Sept 28 from 12 – 4p No Cost Grades 6-8 BOYS ONLY Event Details: Lunch provided in the way of pizza. You can bring your own Nerf gun if you want as well as your own Airsoft (as long as the Airsoft gun is spring powered… no electric or gas-powered guns). You also need to bring safety glasses so someone doesn’t shoot your eye out (your mother will be happy about this).

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Disobedience.

Disobedience.

The third week of Middle School Youth was on the topic of general disobedience. The previous two weeks we had addressed some specific ones, choices and revenge, but this week’s was going to be the general idea of disobeying. Disobedience is defined as “doing the opposite of what you’re supposed to do.” If someone were to ask you to put your shoes on and you went to brush your teeth. The general idea of not doing what you’re told or asked to do. Achan Achan decided to take some things from the destroyed city of Jericho, in direct disobedience to

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