Over 1,500 students in Miami County schools look forward to JA programs every year. They are being empowered to own their future economic success and they are discovering the relevancy of education through hands-on programs presented by community business men and women serving as role models.
To make a donation to ensure this learning continues, click here.
Business Drive/Letter Campaign: November
Phone Drive: January
JA Achieve-A-Bowl: February
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 Homer's Riverside Fun Center to raise funds for JA and have a great time doing it!
It's easy to participate. Just gather a team of 5 people. The team can consist of co-workers, family, or friends. Designate a team captain and return your registration form and entry fee. Encourage each bowler to raise pledges to support the various JA programs. Arrive at the bowling center to bowl two fun games with your team while earning door prizes and more as you take a strike towards financial education!
Golf Classic: June
More information coming soon!
Taste of Art
Check back for more details for our next splash of culture and color!
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mandy Mavrick, Miami County Probation Office (President)
Nick Eccles, North Miami Community Schools (Vice President)
Brooke Robertson, Miami County Econ Development (Secretary)
Alan Smith, Rea Logan & Co., LLC (Treasurer)
Dr. Douglas Arnold, Maconaquah Schools
Dr. Lisa Boothby, Dukes Memorial Hospital
Julie Bowman, The Honeywell Foundation
Troy Hudson, North Miami Elementary School
Craig Jernagan, Maconaquah Middle School
Tayler Licklider, Milestone Event Center
Donna Maggart, First Merchants Bank
Tania Roberts, Beacon Credit Union
Ryan Sipe, Hometown Federal Credit Union
Jim Tidd, Miami County Economic Development
Sam Watkins, Peru Jr. High School
Jeromie Wright, Community First Bank
Carrie Young, First Farmers Bank & Trust