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OUR CHURCH SUNDAY WORSHIP Prayer Meeting, 9am Worship service, 10am


with Majors Brett & Jessica DeMichael Refreshments & fellowship following the service.

Sunday School 11:15am

WELCOME TO OUR CHURCH, a place where all types of people from different walks of life gather to study the Bible, worship God, spend time with friends and serve our community in many ways.

ABOUT OUR CHURCH Within the Salvation Army Church, Christian faith is expressed through active service. The vision of The Salvation Army has always been to lead men and women into a proper relationship with God. The Army recognizes that physical, emotional and social restoration must go hand in hand with spiritual rebirth. The Army practices an integrated ministry, uniting spiritual, social and physical support. Operations of The Salvation Army are supervised by trained, commissioned officers who proclaim the gospel and serve as administrators, teachers, caregivers pastoral counselors, youth leaders and musicians. These men and women have dedicated their lives, skills and service completely to God. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a member of The Ashland Salvation Army Church, please contact Major Brett DeMichael at 419-281-8001




6-7PM | ENDS JUNE 29 Instructor: Major Larry Shade

Ladies Night is an evening out, designed for women ages 18 years and older. Each week will bring something new and exciting such as: EDUCATION NIGHT, CRAFT NIGHT, BIBLE STUDY NIGHT, GAME NIGHT AND THEME NIGHT.


ENDS MAY 23 Tuesdays 5:30-7:00PM

Grades: K-5 DINNER SERVED @ 5:30PM

For more information about Ladies Night and an updated schedule please call the Welcome Center at 419-281-8001.

ACTIVITIES FROM 6:00-7:00PM Each night will include dinner, games/ crafts, singing songs, and learning lots of new things about ourselves and God. Supper Club is FREE, but we do require a registration form to be completed before your child attends.

Corps Cadet Sunday! Join us on Sunday May 7th as our teens lead the entire Page 2

TEEN MINISTRIES DRAMA CLUB– Fridays, 5:15-6:00pm/Grades 7-12, Ends May 12 Drama club is for the glory of God. This ministry attracts members that have the desire to understand the Word of God in a form other than written or verbal. Drama Club links spiritual gifts, natural skill and creative ability all together for the Glory of God.


TUESDAY NIGHT TEENS Tuesdays starting June 13, 6:00-8:00pm Tyler Adcox Youth Ministries

SUNDAYS, 5:30-7:00PM

“Survivor Series” A Walk Through Some of the Bibles Greatest Survivors Isaiah 40:28-31

May 13 10:00am-2:00pm @The Kroc Center By donation. all proceeds support our youth programs

MAY 7TH & 21ST JUNE 2 ALTARED ENDS FOR THE SUMMER GRADES 6-8 Come join us at the Ashland Salvation Army Kroc Center for a middle school hangout and devotional time! Altared Student Ministries is structured to enrich the minds of our students as we explore topics of interest.


GRADES 7-12 At the Ashland Salvation Army we believe the youth are not only the hope for today, but also tomorrow. We have chosen to invest our lives and attention in the youth of our church and community to help them journey through their faith and build a strong foundation for their future. In the process our youth are encouraged to come to grips with who they are in relationship to God and who God wants them to be, as well as living through The Salvation Army mission. Throughout the year we will offer opportunities for involvement including service projects, fund-raisers, youth group trips, youth councils, concerts, movie nights and numerous other ministry events.

CORPS CADETS– Tuesday, 5:30 /Grades 6-12, Ends May 23 What is a corps cadet? A corps cadet is a young Salvationist who undertakes a course of study and training in his/her own corps in order to become more effective and efficient. The whole program is designed to enhance the value of his/her future service as a soldier, local officer or officer.

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ABOUT US KROC CENTER OPEN TO PUBLIC The Ashland Salvation Army RJKCCC is open to all. Memberships are not needed to be part of the Kroc Center. We do collect contact information on each guest for emergency reasons. Parental signatures are required for those younger than 18 years.

HOW TO REGISTER FOR KROC PROGRAMS Please register at the Welcome Center today or over the phone at 419.281.8001.

PAYMENTS, REFUNDS & CANCELLATIONS Cancellations seven (7) or more days prior to the first class will receive a full refund of the class and material fees. Cancellations after that point will receive a prorated refund for the number of classes, which have occurred (regardless of whether you have attended or not) minus a $5 service charge. Material fees will not be refunded. All rentals/parties have a 50% non-refundable deposit due at time of booking. All room rentals/parties must be paid in full one (1) week before the rental occurs. Any cancellations must be made at least two (2) weeks prior to a rental/party or a refund will not be given. Refunds are subject to prior agreement. Refunds will be given when programs are canceled due to low enrollment. There will be a $20 charge for each returned check. Use of the Kroc Center is not permitted until payments are made current. Checks will not be resubmitted and all future payments must be made in cash, credit or debit. As part of Joan Kroc’s wish for the Kroc Center, we offer scholarship opportunities toward classes and activities. Financial need must be demonstrated. Applications are available at the Welcome Center. For details, call us at 419 281-8001


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international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. Nearly 33 million Americans receive assistance from The Salvation Army each year through a wide array of social services that provide food for the hungry, relief for disaster victims, assistance for the disabled, outreach to the elderly and ill, clothing and shelter to the homeless and Services are provided in nearly 9,000 communities nationwide.

A note from our new program Director Hello Kroc Community, Rachel Mutchler I am so excited for the coming of summer and all the fun new programs Program Director we will be offering! Change never seems to be easy but it can be invigorating. We have, over the last couple of months, seen multiple changes here at the Ashland Salvation Army Kroc Center. From new faces to new programs and as the sun starts shining, the weather begins to warm and trees begin to bloom so to do we.

This summer will bring old favorites like our Movie Under the Stars night, Professor Atom’s Wacky Wednesdays, VBS and of course RJ’s spraypark as well as new programs such as stained glass art, leather tooling and our Back to School Bash. Whether you are here for classes, cooling off with the kids or fellowshipping with other guests I can’t wait to see all the smiling summer faces.

Photos courtesy of Maurer Photography and Shaded Productions Printed by the Ashland Times-Gazette

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Welcome Center staff is only available until 7pm.

Major Brett DeMichael Major Jessica DeMichael

Open for Classes, Rentals & Special Events only. Please call ahead.

SUNDAY WORSHIP with Majors Brett & Jessica DeMichael Refreshments & fellowship following the service.

The Recreation area is open for rentals and scheduled programs only.

See page 6 for details.


Vicki Bailey, Administrative Assistant & Bookkeeper Melinda Watts, Administrative Assistant Debbie Cooper, Events Coordinator Allen Fawley, Business & Development Manager Rachel Mutchler, Program Director Tiffany Heimberger, Welcome Center Coordinator

Sojourney Adcox , Children’s Coordinator Grades K-5 Tyler Adcox, Teen Coordinator Grades 6-12

Available at no charge for those in need. All are welcome. Donations are accepted.

See page 11 for details.

Stephanie Brumbaugh, Art Amanda Harrison, Education Neil Ebert, Music Samantha Barrick, Recreation

DIRECTIONS We are located 2.7 miles west of I-71, only blocks from downtown. From I-71, follow 250 West and continue straight on Main Street (do not take 250 bypass). Turn left on East Liberty Street (by Besta Fasta Pizza). Entrance is on the left. CONTACT US


Sara Parsons, Social Services Coordinator Kelley Kantor, Emergency Assist. Case Manager Food Service Coordinator Ashley Coleman Facilities Coordinator Randy Kemp


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PROVIDING SERVICES FOR ALL OF THE ASHLAND COMMUNITY THE SOCIAL SERVICES OFFICE Sara Parsons, Social Services Coordinator Kelley Kantor, Emergency Assistance Case Manager


Sara Parsons Social Services Coordinator

Donations are accepted.


Georgina Miller, Food Pantry Assistant THE SOCIAL SERVICE MINISTRY Social Service ministry provides compassionate and realistic responses to families and individuals in crisis. Persons applying need to be below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines.

PERSONS APPLYING ARE ASKED TO BRING: in photo ID, birth certificates or SSI cards for each family member in the household. All applicants for assistance must be residents of Ashland County and need to bring in proof of household income and proof of address.

The Food Pantry is located in the Annex. You can receive assistance once a month. If your need is greater than once a month, please come to the Social Services Office in the main building and your situation will be reviewed. We are always in need of donations for the pantry to help us provide over 600 food orders a month to the local community.

HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD must complete and sign an intake form. During the one-to-one interview with the emergency assistance case manager, solutions to the underlying cause of the crisis are addressed through referrals and advocacy. It is our goal to achieve long-term solutions to problems in order to enhance family stability.

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We have wonderful opportunities to VOLUNTEER at the KROC


CHRISTMAS IN JULY Community involvement is vital to the development and sustainability of the programs in this facility. We welcome your willingness to partner with us as we create this unique experience in Ashland! Please contact Debbie Cooper at 419.281.8001

When you put Money in Our Kettles, expect

just feels right.

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Amanda Harrison

8 Camps to choose from

Education Coordinator

June 12-16 BEACH LUAU-What better way to kick off the summer

July 10-14 TRAVEL THE WORLD-Get your passport stamped

than a beach inspired week of camp! Join us for our rockin’ beach party with hula hoop games, water balloons, slip n slides, water gun wars, contests and a luau day at the end of the week!

as we travel around the world visiting different countries! Come join us as we learn about other cultures and customs through games, crafts and food!

June 19-23 BACKYARD BASH-Enjoy the great outdoors as we take July 17-21 BOARD GAMES/TRIVIA WEEK-Come on down, you’re part in some summertime classic games! Tug of war, kickball, foursquare, hopscotch, lawn games, nature crafts, picnics, recycling projects and s’mores!

the next contestant on DAY CAMP TRIVIA! Think of the fun we will have with life sized board games, trivia games, camp vs. camp and camp vs. staff games!

June 26-30 DISNEY WEEK-Who is your favorite Disney Character?

July 24-28 HAPPY HOLIDAY’S-Come all ye faithful to a week

Well get ready to represent them this week! Come dressed as a surrounded in holiday fun! Celebrate Valentine’s Day, Disney Character, memorize some Disney tunes and get ready for the Halloween, Easter, Christmas...and who knows what else we Magic of Disney because this week is going to be AWESOME! might cook up!

July 3-7 CAST WEEK– This week we will be joined by our Creative

July 31-August 4 STEAM WEEK-Explore the fascinating world of

Arts Service Team (CAST)! Children will get the opportunity to learn through creative arts all week long. CAST will also put on a free performance (see page 10) which we encourage you to bring your family to see! (Closed July 4)

science and technology, engineering and math. This will be a fun week of building, experiments and hands on activities geared for boys and girls! We will also have a back to school bash at the end of the week!

Cost: $105/week

There is a one-time, non-refundable $15 registration fee. The price of Day Camp includes: camping fun and adventure from 9am-4pm, lunch and snacks provided each day, activities include, Devotions, RJ’s Spraypark, once a week visits to Brookside pool, bowling, field trips and so much more! Day Camp is for children in grades Kindergarten-5th. Children must be at least 5 years of age.

* Extended care is also available, please stop in at our Welcome center for all applications.*

Junior Leadership Camp-Do you have a child that is ages 12-15 that would like to come to camp?

NEW 75/ week

Now they can. This year we are adding a junior leadership camp. Your child can attend camp for the summer while learning some leadership roles and responsibilities. It’s a win-win opportunity for you. They get the fun and excitement of day camp, the field trips, pool days, games and activities; while also taking on some responsibilities (helping camp leaders set-up, instruct games, etc) all while being in a safe structured environment. Now they are having fun and you don’t have to worry about leaving them alone or finding another place for them to go! Limited spots available! Need based Scholarships are available at the welcome center 1-50% week per child for qualified applicants!

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August 14-18 Ages: Preschool Ages 4-5 Elementary Ages 6-12 Cost: Free Time: 5:30-8:00pm Stop by the Kroc Center to register your child today!

What to Expect at VBS *Bible Stories*Games *Snacks*Music *Super Hero Training*

Family Day

Super hero Graduation and Cape presentation

Sunday, August 20, 12:00-2:00pm Children will receive certificates, special awards and will sing popular songs learned during VBS week. RJ’s Spraypark will be opened exclusively for VBS children and their families along with lunch.

Please RSVP by Friday, August 18.

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CAST is a summer mission team made up of young people committed to God and using the performing arts to spread His message of love for all.

Join Us Thursday July 6, 7pm @ Reagan Elementary for a Free Performance PERFORMANCE PIECE: A WRINKLE IN TIME Adapted for the stage by Morgan Gould. Based on the classic Newbury Award winning children’s’ book by Madeleine L’Engle. It is a 50 minute one-act play. One of literature’s most fierce and enduring young heroines, Meg Murry, is back – braces, stubbornness and all. Once again, she’s joining forces with Mrs. Whatsit, Charles Wallace, Calvin O’Keefe and more to battle the forces of evil so she can rescue her father, save humanity and find herself. In the end, we know two things for sure: 1. Love CAN overcome evil and 2. There IS such a thing as a tesseract. This play is based on one of the great works of literature for children. Besides being an exciting story, its messages of individuality, nonconformity, friendship and courage is great for anyone who has ever felt “different” or lonely or who have wrestled with loss. It celebrates the power of individuality and bravery and love.

SYNOPSIS: A Wrinkle in Time is the story of Meg Murry, a high-school-aged girl who is transported on an adventure through time and space with her younger brother Charles Wallace and her friend Calvin O’Keefe to rescue her father, a gifted scientist, from the evil forces that hold him prisoner on another planet. At the beginning of the book, Meg is a homely, awkward, but loving girl, troubled by personal insecurities and her concern for her father, who has been missing for over a year. Together, the three battle the hate and evil with their own love and bravery.

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Mondays, 9:00-10:30am Age: 6th grade-Adult The New Adventures Band is designed for folks who used to play an instrument and life got in the way. If you have that desire to play music again, this is great way to get back into the music world! Young musicians are also welcome.

Age: 5-18yrs Playing an instrument in a band or being in a choir provides students with a positive peer group and an opportunity to feel like they belong to a group that is creating something good. Students who successfully develop the motivation and willingness to succeed will have a chance to stimulate their creative abilities and be blessed with an enhanced quality of life. Join your child in the adventure as they develop the ability to play an instrument and read music in our Kroc Music Academy. NOTE: Classes will follow the Ashland City School Schedule.


Brass Band

Thursdays, 9:30-10:30am Age: Adult Participation is by audition only as positions become available.

KC DIXIELAND BAND Wednesdays, 9:30-10:30am Age: 6th grade-Adult The KC Dixieland Band plays traditional Dixieland music that includes both sacred and secular songs. It preforms concerts for various community events throughout the Ashland area and has an active ministry at nursing homes and assisted living centers. Participation is by audition only as positions become available.

Mondays & Thursdays Beginner Brass: 3:45-4:20pm Youth Brass: 4:30-5:10pm Instructor: Neil Ebert Instruments & materials are provided by The Salvation Army Kroc Center. There are two levels of instruction. The Music Coordinator will help determine what group your child should start in. Mondays, 7:00-8:30pm The KC Big Band plays primarily Swing, Latin and other Jazz styles of music. It performs concerts and dances throughout the Ashland area. Participation is by audition only as positions become available

Concerts around town: Dixieland Band-June 23, Fun Fabulous Friday KC Big Band-July 8 Downtown Car show

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All guests must fill out an information form prior to entrance. Stop and fill one out today to be ready for summer! These are available at our welcome center from 7:30am-7:00pm or can be filled out at our new gate entrance once we open on June 3rd!

RJ’S SPRAYPARK GUIDELINES  Smoking may ONLY take place in


Summer Lunch Program-Free



Half price snow cones, ice cream and anything frozen!

Begins June 5 Lunch: 11:45am-12:15pm

PROFESSOR ATOM’S WACKY WEDNESDAYS @ 1:00PM Scientist Professor Atom will be joining us to teach and demonstrate science experiments!

Location: RJ’s Spraypark Rain Location: Community Room

designated East Parking Lot

 Restrooms are outside near the concession stand

 Food is not to be taken in water spraying areas

 Use all equipment appropriately  No glass containers or alcohol  No wet clothes in the building

Ages: 0-18 years

 Water diapers must be used

Adults can purchase a meal for $3 or the Kroc Center Community Room serves free meals, 11:00-12:00pm.

 Please pick up after yourself  No pets

Photo contest winners

Thank you to all who entered

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The Akron Zoo Mobile program will be visiting the spraypark. Zoo staff will help us explore the differences between birds, mammals and reptiles with their Fur, Feathers, Scales program!

See a special performance from our CAST team. See page 10 for details on their free full performance of A Wrinkle In Time!

STEAM Museum

The Steam museum will bring hands on, interactive workstations for children to explore. From building an arch to programming a robot to 3D printing, STEAM will bring experiences your kids might not ever have had before, a children’s science museum here inside The Salvation Army Kroc Center! Join us from 10:00-2:00pm as we

celebrate a wonderful summer and the coming of the first day of school! Today we will enjoy the slip n slide, bounce house, snow cones, carnival style games with prizes and larger prize drawings all for free! We will have concessions open and add $3 lunches to our usual selections. We will have preview tables out for all our upcoming fall/winter programs. This preview day will not only give you a glimpse of our programming before the fall/winter program guide is released, but we will also have special discounts if you would like to register for a class or program. Whether you are looking for an after school program or an art class, a ladies night group or ballroom dancing, The Salvation Army Kroc Center has something for everyone!


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MIXED MEDIA Wednesday, 3:30-5:00PM

Thursday, 6:00-7:00PM Cost: $15 per class Learn the art of fused glass. You will make 2-4 projects while learning how to cut and assemble glass pieces. We have a large range of colored and specialty glass to choose from.

KROC KIDS CREATIONS Monday, 10:00am-12:00PM

Cost: $20 per class Age: 16+ Students may bring photocopies of their favorite photos to create a one of a kind work of art on canvas. We will use photos, stencils, modeling paste, paint and decorative objects.


Cost: $5 per class This class is fun way to explore various styles and art forms. We will use a variety of materials and techniques in an atmosphere where your child is encouraged to find his/ her own unique creative voice.

KROC ART GROUP Wednesday, 10:00am-12:00pm Cost: FREE Age: 16+ Material Fee: $3-$5 per project (if our materials are needed) Participants bring art related projects to work on This gathering of Artists or those who would like to learn, will encourage and inspire each other. If you need

Cost: $20 Material Fee: $12 Age: 16+ Bring an 8x10 photocopy of your pet and using graphite pencils on Bristol paper, create a beautiful pencil drawing.

SCRATCHBOARD ART GOES WILD TUESDAY, 3:30-5:00PM Cost: $20 Material Fee: $10 Age: 16+ Using black scratchboard, scratching tools and colored inks, students create a work of art from an animal or bird photo.

LANDSCAPE IN PASTEL PENCIL Wednesday, 3:30-5:00PM Cost: $30 Material Fee: $25 Age: 16+ Create a local landscape scene at sunset using pastel pencils.


Stephanie Brumbaugh Art Coordinator

Note: Classes are subject to cancellation due to low enrollment. All materials are included in the class fee, unless otherwise indicated.


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WEDNESDAY, 3:30-5:00PM Session 1-

Monday, 6:00-8:00PM

Instructor: Alayna Shafer (Davis) Cost: $15/Per session Material Fee: $20 Age: 16+ Learn the art of stained glass while creating a lovely sun-catcher.

Instructor: Linda Goodman Cost: $30 Material Fee: $8 (if student has paint) $20 (if instructor furnishes paint) Age: 16+ Sessions titles will be: May “Bluebird” June “Butterfly” July/August “Flower Close-up”

MONDAY, 6:00-7:30pm An 8 week series


Thursday, 6:00-7:30PM May 11

TUESDAY, 6:30-7:30PM Instructor: Evelyn Rawlinson Cost: $15 Material Fee: $30 Age: 12+ Students will complete the Tandy Feather “Basic Leathercraft Set”. The set includes 5 projects: 2 rounders, 1 keyfob, 1 coin pouch and 1 ID wallet. The students may purchase the tools at the end of class for an additional $20.00. Advanced classes may be offered at a future date.


Cost: $15 per class Age: 16+ Participants paint along with the instructor, completing an acrylic on canvas. Coffee, tea & snack provided.


Instructor: Paul Keske Cost: $25 Age: 16+ Fundamentals of photography is a course designed to teach the basics of photography. Students who use a DSLR (digital single lens reflex) camera will get the most of this course. We cover camera basics and functions, elements of exposure and modes, light, color, composition and photographic work flow. Each week a different aspect of photography will be explored. Learning both technical aspects and creative aspects of this art form with the goal that each student acquires the ability to create stronger, more compelling images. Each class will have an assignment to be completed by the student. The beginning of each class will start with a review of the previous week’s assignment. Students need to bring their camera, camera manual, and material to take notes to each class. Some handouts will be provided.

Thursday, 4:00-5:30PM May 11

Cost: $15 per class Age: All, (7 & under w/adult ) Participants paint along with the instructor, completing an acrylic on a 9x12canvas board. Cookie and punch provided.

PAINTING TOGETHER Saturday, 10:00-12:00pm Cost: $15 Instructor: Linda Goodman Age: All, (7 & under w/adult) Participants paint along with the instructor, completing an acrylic on a canvas board. Cookies and punch provided.


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In keeping with the mission and holistic approach of the Salvation Army, The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center provides opportunities that facilitate positive, lifechanging experiences through: arts, athletics, personal development, spiritual discovery and community service.


The Salvation Army Kroc Center’s facilities, programs and services bridge the gap between potential and opportunity for children and adults, strengthens individuals and families, and enriches the lives of seniors.


Walk outside on the path encircling the Center or in the Field House or Fun Zone. Inside walkers, please complete the emergency information form at the Welcome Center. Bring your spinning & weaving projects to the Kroc Center and have some fun!

are especially welcome!

–Adult Basic Literacy Education Joan Kroc said that she took a tour of San Diego and it was then that she recognized a community that was in desperate need of a safe gathering place, a place with facilities and trained professionals to nurture children’s social skills, arts appreciation and athletic potential. She described the Kroc Center as being a beacon of light and hope in the community.


FREE services, registration is required. ABLE offers help in the following areas: work readiness, post-secondary transitions, ESOL and GED preparation classes.

Come join our stamping enthusiasts and learn a wide variety of ways to make your own greeting cards. Participants will take turns demonstrating materials and techniques used to make unique and attractive greeting cards for a variety of occasions. New card makers are welcome.

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DID YOU KNOW? Joan Kroc, wife of McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc, entrusted The Salvation Army with $87 million to build the first Kroc Center in the Rolando neighborhood of San Diego. Sadly, she passed away a little more than a year after it opened.

Ray & Joan Kroc

She was so pleased with what was accomplished there that she left $1.5 billion to The Salvation Army to build centers like that across the country. Today, there are 26 Kroc Centers open and operational.

Cost: $60 per session

Mrs. Kroc’s gift was by far the largest charitable gift ever given to the Army, and the largest single gift given to any single charity at one time.

Class Sessions - (choose one)

For dogs 2 months – 2 years old. We will address house training, play-biting, chewing, first aid and grooming.

Our Kroc Center here in Ashland, which opened in April of 2009, was the fourth

Cost: $60 per session

Donations of yarn are always appreciated & used by our knit and crochet group

For dogs all ages advanced obedience training (limit 5 dogs/session)

Class Sessions - (choose one)

Dianne is owner & operator of

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FAMILY FUN NIGHTS Cost:$3 per person or $10 for a family of 4 or more. MAY: 6:00-9:00pm 1st Saturday of the Month: TAFT 2nd Saturday of the Month: REAGAN 3rd Saturday of the Month: EDISON 4th Saturday of the Month: ALL OTHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS


SUMMER BOUNCE & PLAY Tuesdays: 10:00am-12:00pm Cost: $2 per adult, kids are free Age: 0-5 Parents of small children can come and get together with other moms/ dads as their children play in the field house. There’s plenty of room and the weather is always nice inside the Kroc Center! Join us and enjoy bounce houses, music, trampolines, games, balls, blocks and a devotional time.

6:00-9:00pm This summer family fun nights will coincide with our MOVIE UNDER THE STARS. On these nights we hope you join us for a little laser tag, some roller skating, bounce houses and more. After the indoor fun we will move outside for crafts and one of our swashbuckling movies. Don’t forget to dress like a pirate for a special treat!

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Cost: $3 Any guest can participate, unless rented for groups. Signs will be posted one (1) week prior to rental date, or feel free to call before you come!

Blackbelt in Shotokan, Tae-kwon Do Trained in Arnis, Silat & Kali Cost: $35 for Youth & $50 for adults What makes this class exciting? Train in ways to protect yourself from danger using Karate Do, Arnis, Kali & Silat techniques with Judo and Hapkido throws and take downs. This is a fun class in which to earn belt ranks and get fit!

FAMILY OPEN: June-August Monday, Wednesday & Friday 1-5pm ADULT ONLY: June-August Tuesday & Thursday 1-5pm


Cost: $20 per session This session involves gentle Tai Chi movements to help improve balance, strength and flexibility. Step by Step progressive teaching. New students will not be taken after the 2nd class unless you have practiced this form in the past. No equipment is needed. Comfortable clothing & tennis shoes are highly recommended


Cost: $3


All are welcome during Open Archery. Come practice your skills or begin to learn. All skill levels are welcome and open archery hours are staffed by Kroc Center employees to insure safety at all time. If you do not have a bow, no problem. We have one you can borrow.

Cost: $3 (unlimited swings) Includes: Helmets & Dimpled Balls Choose from baseball & softball cage

Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. We would like to thank the Ashland County Community Foundation for providing the funding needed to establish this program.


BALLROOM DANCE Cost: $3 per lesson

OPEN SOCCER & OPEN BASKETBALL Will all resume in the fall. ALL ACTIVITIES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE For more information about our Recreation Program, please contact Samantha Barrick, Recreation Coordinator, at 419.281.8001

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October 21, 2017 Harvest Ball 7:00-10:00PM

December 8, 2017 Jingle Bell Ball 7:00-10:00PM

February 16, 2018 Valentine’s Day Dance 7:00-10:00PM

April 14, 2018 Jukebox Saturday Night 7:00-10:00PM Prices $11 in advance, $15 at the door or a 2 dance package for $20

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Each Movie night we will offer :

June 17

Free Popcorn!

A different pirate themed craft project!

Special coin entry ticket (for kids) for the end of summer drawing, held on Aug. 19th! (must be present to win)

July 15

August 19

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includes one hour in a



Indoor soccer field

LASER TAG: $120/hr Must be at least 8years old to use.


Must be at least 8years old to use.

batting cage = 1/2 of Field House BATTING CAGE: w/Machine 1/2 field: $50/hr Whole field: $95/hr

ZORB SOCCER PARTY: $180 Must be 60 inches tall to use.

Choose either Baseball or Softball Machine Dimpled balls and helmets are provided.

Must be at least 8years old to use and Adults must be present during archery use. One hour rental: $150

WHOLE ROOM: $45/hr CLASSROOM: $20/hr AUDIO / VISUAL: $10/event 

All rentals are provided 1/2 an hour before and after your event for setup &

A 50% non-refundable deposit is

 ACRYLIC ON CANVAS PAINTING Various types of painting are available. Each child will get to use an easel to paint their masterpiece with an instructor’s guidance.

JEWELRY MAKING Children will get to make a necklace and bracelet from a large selection of beads and pendants.

  

& decorations for your event. Alcohol is NOT permitted.. Must sign our general release form before For more information or to book your rental today, Debbie

SHADE PAVILION: $15/hr LARGE PAVILION: $15/HR RJ’S SPRAYPARK: $100/hr -(Afterhours and Sundays only) Note: A ll pavilion rentals must be paid for in full to confirm date of rental. Full refunds are given if Park is closed due to inclement weather.

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 12 @ Brookside Golf Course $85/Person or $340/Team $45 for ages 18 & Under 8AM Start Time CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST COOK-OUT LUNCH INCLUDED


with Majors Brett & Jessica DeMichael

MARK YOUR JUNE 3 : RJ’s Spraypark opens & Summer 5K CALENDARS WITH JULY 3-7 : CAST Week SUMMER DATES AUGUST 14-18 : Vacation Bible School

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527 East Liberty Street, Ashland, Ohio, 44805 | phone: 419-281-8001 |

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Saturday, June 3 @9am Entry Fee: $30/runner (discounts are available for large groups) Register by May 15 to receive a free shirt on Race Day

Registration: Closes at 8:30am on Race Day Race Bag Pick-up: Available on June 1

After the race there will be an all you can eat pancake breakfast and awards ceremony. RJ’s Spaypark will open at 9:30am For more information, please call us at 419 -281-8001 or visit us online at

To benefit the Ashland Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center Heroes Campaign Rain/Snow or shine/non-refundable – June 3 – Entry form must be signed & returned to the Kroc Center Make all checks payable to: The Ashland Salvation Army Kroc Center, 527 East Liberty Street, OH, 44805

Name: Address: Phone:( )

Email: City: Shirt Size: Sex: DOB:



St: Zip: Race Day Age: _____

Ages 4 and under: Free, 5-12: $4 & 13 and up: $6 or value breakfast of $13 for a family of 4. Release: I know that running a road race is a potentially hazardous activity and that I should not enter unless I am medically able and properly trained. I agree to abide by any race official relative to my ability to safely complete the run. I assume all risks associated with running this event including but not limited to: falls contact with other participants, the affect of the weather, including low or high temperatures/humidity, traffic and the conditions of the course, all such risks being known and appreciated by me. Having read this waiver and knowing these facts and in consideration of your accepting my entry, I myself and anyone entitled to act on my behalf waive and release the Ashland, OH Salvation Army RJKCCC, its officers, members, race volunteers, the City of Ashland, OH and its Departments and employees and all sponsors, their representatives, employees and successors from any and all claims and liabilities of any kind arising out of my participation in this event or carelessness of the persons named in this waiver.




2017 Spring/Summer Kroc Program Guide: May 1 - August 31  

Our Spring/Summer Program Guide features all of our upcoming Spring & Summer programs and activities. For more information, please visit our...

2017 Spring/Summer Kroc Program Guide: May 1 - August 31  

Our Spring/Summer Program Guide features all of our upcoming Spring & Summer programs and activities. For more information, please visit our...