Dear JA Friend,
We extend our gratitude to you, our Junior Achievement supporters, for assisting us in reaching over 124,000 youth this past school year. Every impression, makes an impact!
Do you know what Wine, Beer, Mud, and Bowling Shoes have in common? Ways to support JA! Read on to learn more.
Inspiring Success in the Next Generation
Join us Friday, August 7th from 5:00- 8:30 p.m. at Headwaters Park West at the Junior Achievement Riverside Wine & Beer Festival to sample over 60 specialty Indiana wines and craft brews or purchase your favorite items from some of the city's most popular food trucks. The Junior Achievement Riverside Wine & Beer Festival is presented by Cap n' Cork and Lake City Bank. Bring your camp chair, bring a blanket or just bring a few co-workers after work to enjoy entertainment, unlimited tastings, or a bottle of vino or brew in the park. Advance tickets are available now at selected Cap n' Cork locations and online at www.jani.org.
Come run, jog, or crawl the Muddy Trail Run on Saturday, September 12th. This great event is presented by Parkview Health and is created for those who think differently about running. The Muddy Trail Run isn't your average 5K! The fun includes a mud pit, river run, and a sand dune climb, all along the 5K course. The point is not to finish first but to finish with style. For more information or to register, visit www.muddytrailrun.com.
Sign up for the Junior Achievement Achieve-A-Bowl to be part of JA's premier event, raising over $100,000 each year. Join this year's Achieve-A-Bowl on September 9th, 10th, 11th, 15th, 16th and 18th. You don't have to be a great bowler to be successful. All you need is enthusiasm! Nearly 750 Junior Achievement supporters (some are bowlers, but most are not) gather in September at local bowling centers to raise funds for JA and have a great time doing so. To form a team, click here.
JA empowers young people to own their future economic success by enhancing the relevancy of education. During this 2014-15 school year, more than 124,000 young people in pre-kindergarten through high school classrooms across 27 counties in northern Indiana, 2 counties in Michigan, and 1 county in Ohio have experienced the benefits of JA learning.