Register here for the Summer Community Challenge
May 1st register one person get the second free (register both in same transaction)
June 1st each team gets one person free (ask us for coupon code)
July 1st $5 off a registration
While you are busy making sure e-lessons are ready in the event of a weather delay or closure, why not think ahead to summer? It's Indiana. One day the roads are ice-covered and impassable, the next it is 50 degrees and windy. And before you know it, summer will be knocking on the door. Have you started planning a vacation? Are you getting excited for time with your families on the back porch and at the park?
If you love the outdoors, love family time, love your community and enjoy your school and colleagues, you will want to put together a team for this summer's Community Challenge. The Strong in Every Way Community Challenge is patterned after similar Corporate Challenge events, but modified so that ALL community members can participate. Participants can be anyone over the age of 5 including: families, children, adults, and senior citizens.
We need you! Start putting your teams together now. Let the games begin! Let's embrace a little friendly competition in the spirit of community.
This year's "friend-raiser" will focus on:
Building webs of support within the community
Developing community pride
Each team is asked to complete a service project prior to the event. Teams can be made of various organizations and friends, Invite everyone you know to participate! Teams will
compete within a division of teams of similar size. Divisions are organized according to the number and size of teams entering the challenge.
Team registration fees will be waived for those teams that complete a service project and submit appropriate proof of completion. Individual and/or family registration fees will be charged to cover the cost of T-Shirts for participants.
Many events are planned for the day including a DanceFit workout at the St. Vincent Stadium, one cultural non-traditional event game, corn hole, kickball, volleyball, inner tube relay and tug-of-war.
There will be food trucks serving lunch and snacks, a kids zone provided for down time and an awards ceremony.
Terms of Derek Peterson’s work with and for youth are used with full credit and acknowledgement to him provided here. Terms of Mr. Peterson’s work are his exclusive intellectual property. ZCS enthusiastically supports Mr. Peterson’s fine work, fully endorsing him to other school or community entities or individuals. He can be engaged at: http://icar-us.com/ .