Winslow IN

P.O. Box 69 Winslow, IN 47598 

812-789-2207

Winslow Economic Development

P.O. Box 69
Winslow, IN 47598

(812)789-2207

townofwinslowin.com

Youth Activities

  

UNLEASH STRONG! BE A GIRL SCOUT!!

For more information call 812-789-2765

 

 

                  

Winslow Sports League

T-Ball Ages 3-4 and 5-6

Baseball Ages 7-8, 9-10, 11-12

Softball Ages 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14

  

For More Information:

Call 812-631-5648

E-mail us at WinslowSports@hotmail.com

www.facebook.com/winslow-sports-league

                     

   

Pike County 4-H Winslow Club

It's not too late to join 4-H for 2019

1st Meeting is March 19th from 6-7 pm at the House of Mercy Church

at the corner of East and Porter streets (across from WES)

For more information Contact Kara Willis at 812-354-4943 or Danielle Boren at 812-766-2532

               

         

P.O.M. (Power of Me)

 

There are many stresses and obstacles facing today's youth...whether a child feels bullied, feels alone, has suffered loss, experienced trauma or just needs friends, this program has been created to help them feel good about themselves and that they are important. It is hoped that the members will feel more like a family rather than just a club; where they'll find acceptance, encouragement and support. Some of the activities will include camping, skating, swimming, field trips, horseback riding and so much more. This program has the support of the Pike County Schools. The club will rely on donations and fundraisers and activities will be provided at no charge to the participants.

The initial program is for girls from 5th grade through high school. The first meeting is scheduled to take place at the Winslow Firehouse at 6:30 on Tuesday, March 19th for the parents/guardians to discuss the goals for this group of girls. If you feel your child or someone you know would benefit from this exciting new program please feel free to attend this meeting. If you have any questions please call 812-766-0303, 812-354-4629 or speak with Ms. Julian at Pike Central High School.

 

A program for youth boys is in the works.