The theme for the March issue of Cadet Quest magazine is Kenya. Join us as we take a closer look at this far-away place.
The Table of Contents lets you know what’s going on inside this issue. Be sure to look for the hidden objects scattered throughout the magazine.
Executive Director Steve Bootsma introduces the topic of Kenya and reminds us that Cadets there can be very different, but also very similar as we are all living for Jesus.
The first article of this issue, “The Fastest Runner,” tells the story of David Rudisha, an Olympic athlete from Kenya who competed in the 2012 Summer Olympic games.
Cadet clubs in Kenya? It’s true! Things may look a little different from Cadets in North America, but there are lots of things we have in common, too.
Do you know “Kenya’s Big Five”? Discover these animals and learn some fun facts about them.
Your club or church can sponsor a Cadet club in Kenya. Read this article to find out how!
Find your way to a great start on the Geocaching merit badge by following these directions.
How can you tell one zebra from another? Learn the answer to that question and more in the article “Making an Impression.”
Our final article, “The World’s Best Runners,” explores why Kenya is famous for its runners – and what we can learn from them.
Our Kenya theme carries through to the fun and games pages, with a puzzle that reveals the national animal of Kenya, and lots of safari-related jokes.
In this issue, you’ll also find the regular features of Cadet Quest magazine: the A and B Bible lessons, a craft project (this month it’s the game of Mancala from Africa!), and the Casey’s Cadre comic.
That’s it for our overview of the March 2021 Cadet Quest magazine. To get the full story, you’ll have to read the whole issue. Until next month, enjoy Cadet Quest!
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