More than 1,300 young people in Fulton County schools are building economic knowledge and personal financial literacy through JA programs during this academic year. The learning is possible because of our community's educators who invite JA programs into their classrooms and community volunteers who mentor them. Each year the board of directors continue to raise additional funds to provide additional programs to reach even more area youth to be financially independent and successful!
To make a donation to ensure this learning continues, click here.
You don't have to be a great bowler to be successful. All you need is enthusiasm! Each year Junior Achievement supporters get together at local bowling alleys to raise funds for JA and have a great time doing it!
It's easy to participate. Just gather a team of 5 people, co-workers, friends, or family. Designate a team captain and return your registration form and entry fee. Encourage each bowler to raise pledges to support the JA porgrams within Fulton County schools. Arrive at the bowling center to bowl to games while having fun making a strike towards education!
Phone Drive: October
Scavenger Hunt: October
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Janice Howdeshell, 1st Source Bank (President)
Angie Lowe, Garden Annie's (Vice President)
Carmen Holland, Rochester Telephone Company (Treasurer)
Ashley Burrus, Airmarking (Secretary)
Debbie Bickle, First Federal Savings Bank
Luke Biernacki, George W. Riddle Elementary School
Ann Clark, Dahms & Yarian Inc.
Cindy Douglass, Caston School Corporation
Teina Egolf, First Financial Bank
Tiffany Futrell, Fulton County Economic Development
Karla Gregory, Community Volunteer
Keith Knepp, The Shopping Guide News
Chuck Kumler, Kroger
Kevin Renie, Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance
Janet Showley, Fulton County Humane Society
Jason Snyder, Columbia Elementary