Kit Carson Chapter - Trappers Brigrade
Complete and submit the following information to apply for Trapper's Brigade.
Date of Application
Outpost Year inducted into FCF
City State Zip
Trappers Brigade Recognition Applying forCompany Trapper (total 20 hours)Bourgeois (total 100 hours)Free Trapper (total 150 hours)Free Trapper Numeral (each 50 additional hours) Numeral:
Describe your service projectsService points are accumulated when an FCF member volunteers his time (with no consideration for wages) in church, in community projects, in special needs organizations, or in humanitarian acts. He will receive one hour credit per hour of service including travel time. He continues to add his total hours together even after he has attained the next step.
Within the local church, service projects may include mowing the church lawn; visiting the sick; serving in any "non-paid" position such as usher; teaching, or helping in Sunday school, participating in youth, bus, or music ministry; doing office work or printing; and participating in missions emphasis, fund-raising, clothing, or food drives.
Within the local community, projects may include helping families who have lost their homes because of a disaster (e.g., fire, tornado, or flood); assisting needy people or children's groups; or working at a hospital, library, service center, voter registration drive, city recreational facility, juvenile detention center, the Big Brothers organization, or the Boys Club.
Outside the local setting, the member may accumulate hours (including travel time) for missionary trips with MAPS (Missions Abroad Placement Service), FCF Pathfinder missions projects, missionary trips with AIM (Ambassadors in Missions), Convoy of Hope projects, AGHM (Assemblies of God Home Missions) projects, AGWM (Assemblies of God World Missions) projects, Care Corps projects, U.S.O. (United Service Organizations) projects, disaster assistance, search-and-rescue missions, etc.
Young Bucks - Project verificationYour projects must be verified by an adult who supervised your work or worked alongside you.
To enable verification, please provide the name(s) and contact information (phone and/or e-mail).
Contact info (phone and/or e-mail)
Revised 23 Nov 2009
Rocky Mountain District Council, 6295 Lehman Drive, Suite 202, Colorado Springs, CO 80918 , 719-522-0195