September JUMP Activities
Montgomery County Youth Service Bureau
What's Happening with JUMP this Month?
Thank you to everyone who came out and participated with the 7th Annual Bowling For Youth! We had a great morning and early afternoon, and we raised almost $11,000. Bowling For Youth is how we keep JUMP a program of the YSB, so THANK YOU!
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This month we will be hanging out with Dwight Gallion on September 14th from 2-4 p.m. at the Lane Place (meet at the Pavilion). He will be in costume and talking about Wilderness Survival techniques and the Life of a Frontiersman. This will be a fun, interactive presentation. Be sure to bring a camp chair or blanket to sit on! We will provide bottled water and granola bars for snack - make sure you RSVP to Kayla or Jill by Friday, Sept. 13.
I have made a list of activities going on in September across the county. It is below. Also below between the Bowling For Youth photos is the flyer for our Sept. 14th activity. Please click it for more information.
Bowling For Youth 2013
Our Winning Team! Debbie, Bob, Lakein and Buddy!
September Activity Flyer
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Bowling For Youth 2013
The best team t-shirts!
JUMP September Group Activity
Saturday, Sep. 14th 2013 at 2-4pm
Lane Place, Crawfordsville, IN
Join us on the lawn of the Lane Place for a presentation from Dwight Galion on the Life of a Frontiersman and Wilderness Survival. Bring your lawn chair and blanket to sit on and be ready for an interactive presentation from this historical reenactor. Bottled water and granola bars provided. RSVP to Jill or Kayla by September 13.
Montgomery County Activities - September
Get out with your mentee at one of these several community events!
September 7 Archaeology Day at Shades State Park. $1/person. All Day. Learn how to be an archaeologist by surveying, digging and using tools.
September 6-7 Darlington Fish Fry & Festival, Main Street, downtown Darlington. Car show, antique tractors, games, live music, arts and crafts. Parade Saturday 2:00 p.m.
September 7 Walnut Township Community Day in downtown New Ross. Entertainment, games, vendors, 5-K walk/run, parade. All day.
September 12 From Daguerreotype to Digital: Dating and Preserving Family Photographs, General Lew Wallace Study, 200 Wallace Ave. Free and open to the public, but registration is required. Call 765-362-5769 to attend.
September 14 New Market Fish Fry, New Market. Great food and live entertainment. Free-will donation for food.
September 13-14 Waynetown Fish Fry & Carnival, Tremaine Park, Waynetown. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Live music, amusement rides, car show, flea market, fun for all ages!
September 20 Downtown Crawfordsville Summer Cruz, Washington and Main Streets, Crawfordsville. 6-10 p.m. Featuring car & motorcycle show, live band, and specials at downtown merchants.
September 21 Scrapbooking with Deb Slater at the Crawfordsville District Public Library. Come and learn about scrapbooking from Deb, use her equipment and her expertise - for FREE.
September 21 Square Dance with the Sugar Creek Squares, "South of the Border" 7:30—10 p.m. Park & Rec Community Center, 922 E. South Blvd.
September 21-22 "History Beneath Us" Archaeology Program at the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Kids and adults can explore what lies beneath!
September 20-22 and 27-29 Young Frankenstein at the Vanity Theater, 122 S. Washington St. 7:30 p.m. Fri/Sat, 2 p.m. Sunday. Call 362-7077 for tickets.
September 28 Smithsonian Museum Day. Free admission and special events at local museums; visit www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday/ to find participating museums.
September 28 Touch a Truck at the Crawfordsville District Public Library - in the parking lot - from 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. Come and see and touch lots of big trucks and cool cars.
September 28 National Public Lands Day at Turkey Run State Park. Come and help park staff clean trails and eradicate non-native plants. Give Back!
September 28 Evening With The Stars at Shades State Park. Hosted by the Wabash Valley Astronomical Society. One-on-one time with professional astronomers and several large telescopes