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AA Groups meet at RUCC three nights a week
American Red Cross Blood Drives at RUCC
The Red Cross was founded on the simple idea of neighbors helping neighbors in time of need. The Red Cross brings more than 50 years of blood collection and transfusion experience, deep community connections and a network of nationwide resources.
2020 RUCC Blood Drive Dates Blood Drives are scheduled at RUCC from 1:30-6:00 pm on the dates below.
Wednesday, June 17 and Wednesday, July 15. Please call the Red Cross to make an appointment
Boy Scout Troop 387
One of the oldest in the nation, was founded in 1933 and was chartered by Richfield Church soon
after the current church was built in the mid-1950's. The troop has honored 72 as Eagle Scouts over the years.
A plaque honoring those Eagle Scouts is on the west wall of the Fellowship Hall.
Cub Scout Web Site-CLICK HERE