The Salvation Army is committed to providing programs to reach indiviuals within the reach of our services. We offer a variety of Youth programs, some in which directly meet a need in our community. We want to give people in our communities a hand up and sometimes all it takes is an opportunity to be a part of a group. Our groups promote self-esteem, unity, and spiritual growth.
Joyful Noise - Music Program
We offer this program every Wednesday from 4:00- 6:00pm geared towards school-aged children. This is a time of singing, music, and drama lessons. Dinner and transportation is also provided. During Joyful noise we learn to use music, drama, and the arts to bring glory to God. Joyful Noise is free and all school aged children are invited to come.
Club 316 -- TROOP (Scouting) PROGRAMS
We offer school aged children programs similar to scouting programs that many are familiar with. Boy's Adventure Corps, Sunbeams, and Girl Guards are programs that engage children in earning badges by accomplishing specific tasks that educate each child on a particular subject. Typical badges are available for Teamwork, Science, Friendship, Camping, Music and other similar subjects. Our programs are run by qualified leaders which are members of The Salvation Army church. We are always open to new children joining our programs. And best of all, our programs are free!
Once a week our youth group meets for activities ranging from concerts, to projects, to gaems. To receive more information contact: Erin.Smullen@use.salvationarmy.org
Camp Sebago is a place where children from all over Maine, New Hampshire, & Vermont spend a week at The Salvation Army's camp on Sebago Lake.
Dates and spaces are available for Sanford area children to attend an exciting week at camp. For more information on how to apply call or email Captain Erin Smullen @ Erin.Smullen@use.salvationarmy.org