July 14, 2014
Columbus Youth hockey & Bryan Ritz memorial Scholarship Fund was started in memory of Bryan Ritz, a former Columbus Icemen, who lost his life in an automobile accident. The intent is to give children who are economically disadvantaged the opportunity to become acquainted with hockey through the house league or continue to develop and play more competitive hockey in the travel team program. The Bryan Ritz Memorial scholarship Fund is administered by the Heritage Fund of Bartholomew County.
When: July 30, 2014
Where: Otter Creek Golf Course
Time: 1:00 shotgun start
Want to sign up? Want to donate a door prize, volunteer or looking for a team contact? Contact Brad Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org or Buck Ritz at email@example.com.
Do you have a child living in Bartholomew County who is in need of school supplies for the upcoming school year?The Bartholomew County School Supply Assistance Program is accepting registrations until July 19. Call United Way 2-1-1 simply by dialing 2-1-1 or 812-376-6666, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. For Spanish calls, call SUCASA at 812-375-9370, Monday, Wednesday or Friday from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm or Tuesday and Thursday, from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm to register your child.
If you’d like to make a monetary donation check can be dropped off or mailed to Sans Souci, 1526 13th St Columbus, IN 47201. Please write “School supplies” in the memo line of your check.
You can also donate online at http://bcssap.org/
Jennings County Youth Foundation (JCYF) is hosting the third annual Kid’s Camp. This summer youth camp provides an affordable (FREE) camp experience for the youth of Jennings County and surrounding areas. This camp will help children grow by providing a supervised, positive environment that has safety and education as primary commitments.
Real pirates were real people, who had hopes and fears, families, and dreams for the future. Some pirates were married. Most pirates were men in their mid-twenties. But one pirate was a woman. Meet Anne Bonny, the true-life female pirate, who lived, loved and fought during the Golden Age of Piracy. In an age when women had few rights, Anne asserted herself, and became the most notorious female pirate in history by simply refusing to do what she was told. Anne is portrayed by Trina Rhodes. Program sponsored by the Bartholomew County Library Associates.