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The AHG Volunteer Handbook will guide new and seasoned volunteers through best practices, guidelines, and encouragement, all while casting vision and sparking inspiration. The AHG Volunteer Handbook will be a critical resource for all volunteers and parents, shedding light on the "why behind the what" of policies and programming.
Be encouraged that you are His masterpiece when you wear this super soft t-shirt representing AHG's 2023-2024 Program Year Theme, WOVEN!
50% ring-spun cotton 50% polyester blend, 100% comfortable!
"For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother's womb. I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well. My frame was not hidden from you, when I was being made in secret, intricately WOVEN in the depths of the earth."
Psalm 139:13-15, ESV
Available in Dusty Rose, YS–YL and AS–A3XL
Your American Heritage Girl will love this adorable lamb keychain! A perfect representation of the 2023-2024 Program Year Theme, WOVEN, this handmade gift reminds us that we were knit together by our Creator. Attach to her backpack or pencil pouch so she can bring her very own Ewenique on all of her adventures. Want to add a touch of AHG to your holiday season? This lamb keychain also makes a great Christmas ornament!
Made from organic wool felt, stands approx. 2" tall and 1.5" wide. Handmade in Nepal with love. Apprearance and size may vary slightly.
AHG Charm sold separately
This bandana is perfect for all your outdoor adventures! Take it with you stargazing or on a night hike. Features a star chart of the summer night sky in North America. Your eyes won't need to readjust to the night sky every time you look up with the bright, glow -in-the-dark ink used on this bandana. This constellation bandana also includes tips for quick ways to determine the cardinal points of the compass using celestial bodies. 100% cotton.
22" x 22"
Made in the USA!
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