H.O.M.E. Trip 2017 - June 25th - July 1st


Please read the instructions below ......... we have a Sign-Up Process so you can drop off your application quickly. We will not be tracking the order or time an application is received so you can come at your leisure anytime during the sign-up night on Wednesday, April 5th, 7:30 - 8:30 pm. No prior drop-offs accepted!

Forms may be dropped off in Lund Hall by the participant and/or a parent. Forms will be reviewed immediately and any corrections will need to be made at that time.

We are hopeful that this will streamline the process and should minimize your registration time commitment.

Based on the number of applications received, there will be a waiting list and you will be notified of your status at the earliest opportunity.

Thank you for your understanding,
H.O.M.E. Trip Leaders

H.O.M.E. Trip 2017 Sign-Up Procedure

Forms/Money Drop Off Date: Wednesday, April 5th, 7:30 - 8:30 pm Checks made payable to H.O.M.E., Inc.

  • Come by to drop off all forms and registration money($400) / Forms will be reviewed.

Wednesday, May 3rd ~ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

  • All youth, notified by email, planning to participate in this year's trip, must attend the Rally Kick-off accompanied by a parent


  • Forms for the trip are available to the left under heading "Sign-Up Forms" Youth and Leaders (there are 3 -- Participant Info, Covenant, and Work Release/Statement Of Activities). Forms may also be picked up at The First Congregational Church (offices at 99 Main Street). Please include Parent-Youth cell phone numbers on participant info form.
  • Forms must be completed in full, and dropped off on April 5th 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm. They must be signed by both youth participant and parent. Registration money ($400 checks made payable to H.O.M.E., Inc.)
  • Please make sure your insurance card is copied (both front and back sides) and included where indicated on bottom of the release form.
  • Along with the 3 forms, we are asking that all youth participants please submit a paragraph explaining what the H.O.M.E. trip might mean to them and what they expect to get out of the trip.