Told in Dixie’s down-home style, she shares stories of her experiences growing up as a Pathfinder and her interactions with many of the early Pathfinder leaders. You will read about summer camp where she purchased a bar of Pathfinder soap to what books she read as part of the Junior Reading Course.
In addition to telling her own stories, Dixie also shares the history of youth ministry in the Seventh-day Adventist Church. She tells how honors got started, the story of the Pathfinder song, and short biographies of many leaders who made a difference in her life and Pathfinder Club Ministry over the years.
Dixie shares the recommended packing list from Camp Hale and the story of her and Arnold driving to the first Inter-American Division camporee. She has also included information about National Camps for the Blind and the story behind the Rose Parade floats that were decorated by Pathfinders.
Anyone interested in how Pathfinder Clubs started and grew into a worldwide ministry will enjoy this book.
Paperback. Copyright 2019.