Scouting Ministries Sunday scheduled at Senoia UMC

From Staff Reports
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Scouting Ministries Sunday will be observed Feb. 10 at Senoia United Methodist Church.
The observance will be held in the sanctuary at 10:55 a.m. Andy Brubaker will be the guest preacher for the day.
Brubaker is an Eagle Scout and a Vigil Honor member of the Order of the Arrow. At age 8, Brubaker began his Scouting trail in Pack 441 in Marietta.
Over the years, there are only a few instances in his life where he was not involved with the Boy Scouts of America. He has worked on staff at the Woodruff Scout Reservation, traveled to Philmont Scout Ranch and eventually became a professional scouter serving the Alapaha Area Council, the Flint River Council and the North West Georgia Council.
Today, Brubaker is chief development officer at Andrew College, a United Methodist Church affiliated institution of higher education in Cuthbert.
Brubaker is a graduate of Western Carolina University where he received a bachelor’s degree in pre-professional biology.
He later received a masters in public administration from the University of West Georgia.

He is married to Melissa Brubaker, who serves as lead counselor at East Coweta High School. They have two children, Gregory and Bethany Ann, who attend Willis Road Elementary.


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