Issue #12 – February 2016
New Membership Format and Price Change
We have reformatted our membership types and costs. Here is a summary of the changes:
Annual Homeschool/Teacher Membership – $30 per year:
Homeschool/Teacher Memberships grant a license to use the Quest Clubs content as a curriculum supplement for all children in a single homeschool family or a single classroom. Materials may be printed for home or classroom use only. User names and passwords may not be shared. If students wish to have their own access to the website to work on badges and awards outside of the classroom, they must purchase their own individual participant membership.
Annual Club Membership – $50 per year:
Clubs Memberships grant a license to use the Quest Clubs content to run a multiple member club. This club can be run as a scouting style club, an afterschool program, an education co-op, a Sunday school program, a senior program, or a special needs program. Quest Clubs content may be printed for use at club meetings only. All individual club participants will need to purchase an individual or family membership if they wish to have access to the website content to work on badges and awards outside of club meetings. User names and passwords may not be shared. The club section includes additional resources such as a Leader Handbook, forms needed for running a troop, ceremony ideas, and volunteer training materials.
Individual Club Participant Membership – $25 per year:
Individual Club Participant Membership grants a license to use the Quest Clubs content for a single child or individual who is participating in an organized Quest Club.
Family Club Participant Membership – $50 per year:
Family Club Participant Membership grants a license to use the Quest Clubs content for a all children and adults in a single household who is participating in an organized Quest Club.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
New Badges We’ve Added!
January Logo Contest Winner!
The winner of our January Logo contest is Summer Horton!
We hope you enjoy your $10 Quest Clubs gift card!
We will be doing another logo contest for the month of February.
Check our Facebook page or homepage for more details!
Tips & Treasures
Lapel Pin locks – submitted by Charlotte Duke
I discovered that if one cuts one of the old-style
cylindrical rubber badge-locks in half (so that you end up with two small
cylinders) you can then put one on the back of higher awards and then put
the pin-back on!
Pointers for Patriots
Many ski resorts are offering military discounts for the winter season.
Here are a few we found if you and your family love to ski!