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Snellville SU Girl Scout Monster Mash Carnival
This event is open to all area Girl Scouts and their siblings. You can come dressed in costume, but it must be age/school appropriate, and please not too scary! We want this event to be a fun one, not a frightful one!
We are going to have such a great time! We will have games, concessions, a silly sock contest, candy, prizes and more!
While you are here, celebrate Juliette Gordon Low's birthday with us by participating in a community service project.
Admission is $5 per scout, $3 per sibling and per parent. This is not a drop off event, so parents will need to stay with their child.
Please bring a canned food item with you to donate to the co-op too!
Can't wait to see you there!!
More About Zoar United Methodist Church
Located on its namesake road, Zoar United Methodist Church was founded in 1811 and the building, which now serves as the sanctuary, was constructed in 1877. The name Zoar was taken from the bible, and was where Lot and his family found refuge. Zoar United Methodist Church strives to be a place of refuge and strength for the local community.
The church's motto is: learning, living and sharing God's love, and Senior Pastor Kelly Brisendine seeks to impart that creed in sermons and throughout the extensive activities and programs offered. The church provides a multitude of opportunities for congregant participation and interaction and fosters a community atmosphere wherein adults, children and teens have a wide range of activites in which to participate. Adults can be part of the choir or join baseball, softball or basketball teams, and a variety of fitness classes are also available. Bible study is offered for varied age ranges, interests and levels. Youth programs include sports, bible study, college/career counseling, before and after school care and Sunday school. There are also a variety of mission and community outreach programs in which congregation members can participate.