Who We Are

The primary purpose of NETCACHE is to provide Christian-based adventure, character, and leadership programs. Such programs currently include Trail Life USA and American Heritage Girls. NETCACHE exists to pool together volunteer resources provided by member families to sponsor the opportunities we offer. If you are interested in the opportunities provided by NETCACHE, consider coming to one of our events listed on our event calendar, or contact NETCACHE leadership via email with any questions you might have.

Kingdom Kids Annual Science Fair

NETCACHE received an open invitation from another home school co-op on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 via email. I am posting it as a general interest item for our members.

NETCACHE webmaster.


Hello,
I wanted to inform the members of NETCACHE of an educational opportunity coming up in April.
 
The Kingdom Kids homeschool co-op group will be hosting their 8th annual Science Fair on Thursday, April 30, 2015. It will take place in the fellowship hall of Northwood church, located on the corner of Rufe Snow and N. Tarrant Pkwy. in Keller, Texas.

This event is for students in K - 12th grade. Ribbons will be awarded.

For more information about the science fair, please contact:

Camille Duke: camilled@yahoo.com or
Brenda Crittenden: brenmich@sbcglobal.net

We hope to see you at the science fair!
Thank you,
Brenda Crittenden

Upcoming Events

  • NETCACHE sponsored programs
    Tuesday, Mar 31, 2015 @ 8:00 pm
    Wellspring Church

    7300 Smithfield Road, North Richland Hills
    Contact: chair@netcache.org

    Trail Life USA chapter and American Heritage Girls event. This is a recurring weekly meeting for the local chapter chartered with NETCACHE. Contact any board member or NETCACHE member for location of the Troops events.