The Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts of America offers young men ages 6 through 18 an opportunity to learn about the great outdoors and how to become leaders. Camping, hiking, cooking, canoeing, along with first aid and safety are just a few of the exciting activities that the Souts do as they work their way up to the rank of eagle. If you would like more information contact Jason Blagg firstname.lastname@example.org
Girl Scouts is open to girls in grades K- 12. Girls may join a troop for fun and friendship, but they soon find out it is more than having fun, it's about building character and self-esteem and serving their community. These are the core qualities of Girl Scouting. Girls participate in crafts, sing-a-longs, outdoor activities, field trips, helping others, earning badges and much, much more. In Girl Scouts, girls find a safe place to grow and share new experiences. Girls learn to relate to others, develop their faith, and contribute to society. Girls discover just how awesome they are! Girl Scouting needs adult volunteers to help guide, mentor and introduce girls to new experiences and help them develop new skills and self-confidence. Won't you consider becoming a Girl Scout volunteer? visit www.girlscoutsdiamonds.org for more information.
The I.C. Catholic Daughters of America have nine meetings a year on the first Saturday of each month after Mass at 8:45am in Immaculata Hall. Some local service projects include: Helping Hand, St. Augustine's Day Care, Women's Day of Recollection, and Adoption of Diocese Seminarians. Some national projects include Smile Train, Mother Theresa, Morality in Media. The Blessed Mother is out Patroness. We encourage, need, and welcome new members. Contact Elaine Hermann at (501) 835-0066
The Golden Falcons is an I.C. Parish social group for seniors 50 years or older. The group gathers once a month, generally on the third Tuesday after the 8:15am Mass. Breakfast is provided, and our members take tours bringing in delicious pastries to share. We invite you to join us each month for breakfast. Come earlier for Mass if you can and join us in Immaculata Hall by 9:15am. You are also welcome to bring a friend to share in the comrade. While our primary purpose is to socialize, we have a number of members who attended a special training for our group and are now linked up to provide volunteer support at Arkansas Hospice. Another group volunteer at Helping Hand as a result of our networking. A few also volunteer at area hospitals.
Please check the parish bulletin for monthly announcements. If you would like further information, and/or if you cannot drive and need us to arrange a ride, call one of our committee members at least 4 days prior to the event. Faith Burke 753-8672, Carolyn Chambers(501) 835-5544, orTommy Daughenbaugh (501) 835-3576.
The I.C. Men's Club is primarily a service organization tot he parish, whose primary goal is for our men to provide support for parish activities and functions along with raising and donating money to the parish and school through our fundraising events. We are an informal group who meet about once a month for informational and social occasions.If you would like more information please contact Sam Giglio at email@example.com
The Arts & Crafts Guild foster Christian Fellowship among the members of immaculate Conception Church who like to use their creative arts and crafts skills to produces craft items which are then sold at an "Arts and Crafts Bazaar" to raise funds to help support I.C. Church and School. We get together on Tuesday from 9:00am to 2:00pm at Immaculata Hall. All are encouraged to join us. We enjoy good Christian Fellowship, while at the same time, raising funds to support our church and school. So, please join in the fun. President / Beverly Thomas(501) 758-8008, Treasurer / Gay Nolan (501) 771-4312, and Secretary / Pat Carlisle (501)835-4897
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
7000 JFK Blvd., North Little Rock, AR 72116