March 28, 2015
Last year, many in the Columbus community worked to raise over $40,000 to help bring clean water to the people of Kaihura, Uganda. In the process, friendships where formed with the people of this beautiful community. Now a team of students and adults a like, are raising money to go to Kaihura with a message of hope. We love the people of Kaihura, and want to go and encourage them.
On March 28, Westside Community Church will be hosting it’s first annual Mission Kaihura 5K, and we would like to invite you to join us by being a sponsor! The race is part of the Indiana Time Race Series.
April 4, 2015
Support your local Autism Community by attending the 2015 I CAN 5K and Autism Walk! Saturday, April 4 at Richards Elementary School Register to Run or Walk in the Race! Register online or Day of the race 8:00am. Race starts at 9:00am
Come join us for the Autism Walk! Collect donations from family and friends and bring them to the walk. Can also register at 10:00am with The Arc.The walk will begin around 10:30am.
Register by 3/19 for $20 (includes t-shirt)
After 3/19, register for $25 (checks payable to The Arc of Bartholomew County)
Anyone can win one of many fabulous door prizes!! Proceeds from both events benefit the Columbus Autism Network and The Arc of Bartholomew County
Free t-shirts to all who donate!
April 5, 2015
Dine in or Carry-out with Johnny Carino’s in Columbus April 5th (Easter Sunday) from open to close and 10% of your bill will benefit Relay for Life! (Research for ALL types of cancer) Show the flyer on your phone or print it out.
April 10, 2015
Win 30-second games of skill! Kids K-6 are eligible for cash prizes. Food available. $5 ticket for 5 games. Proceeds to Bartholomew County Library Associates to help fund library programs/projects.
April 11, 2015
The “Drive One 4UR School” fundraiser is coming back to Renner Ford-Honda in Columbus! Mark your Calendars for April 11th for the event. Proceeds will benefit the Columbus North Girls Softball Program. Come on out, test drive a car or truck and support your local school and athletes. It’s that simple. The more test drives conducted, the more dollars raised.
April 11th, don’t forget… We look forward driving with you!
The Columbus East Wrestling Club presents the 4th Annual Mulch Madness, with help from Hackman’s Farm Market and Greenhouse.
How to order:
bcsc.k12.in.us/domain/1891 and click the link. Or go to the Columbus East website, under Athletics, click Columbus East Wrestling.
If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or text “Mulch” to 812-344-5904 to recieve a text correspondence back.
Delivery dates and times: Pay time of delivery
- April 11, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
- April 12, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
- May 9, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
- May 10, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
On April 11, 2015, Thrive Alliance will be hosting the second annual Thrive Alliance / JCB 5K fundraiser to support essential services in our five county area. The Thrive Alliance / JCB 5K is a certified race and participants will be running for an important cause on a mapped course in Columbus, Indiana. After the race, families can play games and do activities at the post race family fun event.
All proceeds will be used to support emergency or high priority services for our clients.
The purpose of this event is to spread awareness about male violence towards women by gathering men and women together to walk a mile in high heels. This walk is meant to create an open environment for communication on a subject that is difficult to publicly address. In addition, all proceeds from this event will benefit Turning Point Domestic Violence Services, a non-profit organization that works towards the prevention and elimination of dating and domestic violence in South Central Indiana.
The walk will be held on Saturday, April 11 at the Columbus Learning Center (4555 Central Ave, Columbus, IN 47203). Registration and sign-in will begin at 9:00 am with a short opening ceremony starting at 9:45. The official walk will begin at 10:00. If you register prior to March 31, we ask that you raise a minimum of $20 and you will be guaranteed an event t-shirt. If you register later than March 31 or on the day of the walk, a minimum donation of $25 is required and there is no guarantee that you will receive a shirt. All participants are encouraged to wear high heels; however, it is not required. We ask that all individuals provide their own heels, but there will be a limited supply available on the day of the walk.
Please join the efforts of Turning Point and myself to spread awareness about this topic. You can register at http://walkamileinhershoescolumbus.eventbrite.com/
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