In its 10 years of existence, They're Our Kids has gone through several transformations in an attempt to make it easier for Villagers to find the information that they're looking for on the website.
I've collected information on so many resources available to Hendricks County parents over the years, however, that it's become pretty unwieldy and cumbersome to list them all in the way I've been listing them.
It's also incredibly difficult for me to keep all of the buttons on TOK up-to-date. Websites change, organizations come and go, and just as I get one page cleaned up on TOK, another one turns up several dead links.
So to solve the problems of Villagers having difficulty finding what they're looking for, as well as links going dead, They're Our Kids unveils its new membership program for businesses, organizations, sports leagues and other entities that serve the children of Hendricks County!
As we continue our series on spring youth sports programs in Hendricks County that are currently open for registration, we take a look at youth baseball programs in the area.
(In case soccer is your sport, click here for our list of youth soccer programs in Hendricks County that are currently open for registration. Click here for our list of youth flag football programs in Hendricks County that are open for registration.)
Without further ado, youth baseball programs, in order of registration closure dates:
Believe it or not, spring is right around the corner, and several youth sports programs around Hendricks County currently have open registration.
Over the course of the next week or so, we'll take a look at a variety of youth sports that are open for sign-ups, giving Villagers the information they need to get OUR KIDS registered for the spring sport of their choice.
Let's start with soccer.
I have a few New Year's resolutions for They're Our Kids in 2015, so let's start in the most logical place: No. 1. My first resolution is to get more help with TOK in the form of additional bloggers to cover more of Hendricks County for The Village.
Are you a Villager who likes to write? Have you thought about trying your hand at blogging but don't have a platform?
Well, let's see if we can help each other out.
I recently took my kids down to the Vandalia Trail between Amo and Coatesville to check it out for a Visit Hendricks County blog post, and it was an experience worth sharing with the Villagers of They're Our Kids. What follows is the first couple paragraphs of my VHC post, along with a link to the rest of it on their website.
Bikers, hikers, walkers and equestrians: if you haven’t yet experienced the Vandalia Trail — or if you haven’t experienced it in awhile — it’s time to visit Hendricks County and see all the improvements made to the three-mile stretch between the towns of Amo and Coatesville, Ind.
The Vandalia Trail is built along the east-west line of the former Vandalia Railroad and currently sports 12.3 miles of continuous trail for hikers and bikers between Greencastle and Amo. The three miles of rustic rail-trail between Coatesville and Amo offer an additional parallel trail for equestrians.
Click here to read the rest of my blog post on Visit Hendricks County.
Parents of preschoolers: it's time to start getting OUR KIDS registered for kindergarten! Wondering how and when you get your kid registered in one of the six public school corporations in Hendricks County?
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