On Wednesday, March 4, 2015, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., representatives from Wheels Up Youth Center will be presenting information to the public about the strategies and programs the youth center will implement to help the community deal with and reduce crime and behavioral issues surrounding teens in Brownsburg. This meeting is open to the public will be held at the Brownsburg Police Department training facility at 75 Whittington Drive.
The program will also include information provided by Sgt. Pete Fleck, BPD Community Relations and Juvenile Officer, Brownsburg Town Councilman Rob Kendall and BMX pro Nick Summerlot. Teens in the community working with Wheels Up will also speak to their concerns about a lack of activities specifically for teens and how the youth center will positively impact all areas of the community and its members.
Wheels Up Youth Center plans to open their first teen support facility in Brownburg in the summer of 2015 to begin working with teens and other partnering youth organizations such as Impact Youth Mentoring, Get Real Indy, Carel Education Foundation, The Wellness Church and many others. For a full list, visit our website www.wheelsupyouthcenter.com or Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
(Submitted press release)
The inaugural Hendricks County Youth Sports Fair is right around the corner! Make plans to be at the Danville Community High School auxiliary gym this Saturday (Jan. 24) between 1 and 5 p.m. to see me, Meghan Stritar from Macaroni Kid-Hendricks, and all of these great vendors!
GUEST BLOGGER BETH CRAWFORD
For the first time, on Friday 1/9/15, we loaded up my son’s BMX bike in the backseat and rolled out to find the Awakening Youth Skatepark at The Blended Church, 2215 Country Club Rd. Just barely across the Marion County line, many Hendricks County BMX and skateboard riders began streaming in to take advantage of the ramps set up once a month by youth pastor Jeremy Plumley.
His enthusiasm for the youth who ride BMX and skateboarders has led him to work to get the gym/recreation area of his church transformed into a skatepark to provide free riding from 6pm-12 on the 2nd Friday of every month. With a stage for a band, ping-pong table, foosball tables and bleachers for spectators, the gymnasium area transforms into the skatepark that gives otherwise cooped up teens and young adults a place to ride while temps outside make it impossible.
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