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THE SALVATION ARMY RAY AND JOAN KROC CORPS COMMUNITY CENTER
527 E. Liberty St. Ashland, OH • 419.281.8001 phone • 419.289.3629 Main Office fax 419.281.3909 Social Service fax • www.ashland.salarmykroc.org • www.facebook.com/ashlandkroccenter
Come Worship with Us! We have service each Sunday and programming for both kids and adults.
Ministries & Activities 9:00 am . . . . . . . . . Prayer Meeting 10:00 am . . . . . . . . . Worship Service
FUN Kid’s Programming . . .
11:00 am . . . . . . . . Fellowship 11:15 am . . . . . . . . Sunday School
Mondays: last day Dec. 16 & beginning again Jan. 6 Dinner: 5:15-5:45 pm Classes: 5:45-6:30 pm What are Junior Soliders?...Junior
w/ Captains Brett & Jessica DeMichael Refreshment & fellowship immediately following service. (Classes for Adults,Teens, and Children)
Adult Bible Studies
Thursdays: 6:00-7:00 pm with Major Larry Shade
Special Service Program
Jr Singing Company presents... “For the Glory of the King” Sunday, December 22 Time: 10:00 am Followed by United “Cast Party” Sunday School
Sunday, April 20 Son Rise Service: 8:00 am Family Worship Service: 10:00 am Easter Egg Hunt/Family Family Sunday School: 11:15 am
Candle Light Service Christmas Eve Monday, December 24 Time: 6:00 pm
No New Year’s Eve Service.
Junior Soldiers & Corps Cadets
Soldiers are children between the ages of seven and thirteen who have professed Jesus Christ as their Savior and have signed the junior soldier’s promise, becoming a member of The Salvation Army Church.
What are Corps Cadets?...Corps
Cadets is a leadership development and Bible study for teens. If you are interested in becoming a Junior Solider or Corps Cadet, contact Youth Ministries Leader,Tyler Adcox at 419.281.8001. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a member of The Salvation Army church, please contact Captain Brett DeMichael at 419.281.8001.
TROOPS! Christian Based Scouting
Fridays: last day Dec. 20 & beginning again Jan. 10 4:15-5:15 pm
The Salvation Army Sunbeams (girls), Girl Guards (teen girls), Adventure Corps (boys), and Rangers and Explorers (teen boys) are fun-filled, character building programs that help develop socially, mentally and spiritually, while earning badges. All are welcome to participate. Age requirements: Sunbeams 1st-5th Girl Guards 6th-8th Adventure Corps Explores 1st-4th Adventure Corps Rangers 5th-8th
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In keeping with the mission of the Salvation Army, the Ashland Ray and
The Program Guides are published 3 times a year by The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center.
munity programs, and services that encourage positive living, offer life-changing experiences for children and adults, strengthen families, and enrich the lives of seniors.These programs and services promote educational enrichment, life skills development, and spiritual and physical wellness. In accordance with the Christian mission of the Salvation Army, these resources are offered without discrimination to uplift individuals and benefit those in need.
Joan Kroc Corps Community Center provides a state of the art facility, com-
The Salvation Army RJKCCC Code of Conduct & Policies In order to facilitate positive life experiences while at the Salvation Army RJKCCC, mutual respect between guests and staff is required at all times. Failure to observe these policies will result in disciplinary action. 1.The Salvation Army RJKCCC is a community center where youth and adults can utilize the facility as they choose and can leave the facility when they are finished. Children need to moderate their own behavior and activity when in the center; those who cannot do so must have parental supervision for continued participation. Children ages 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult (parent or guardian) when in the facility unless registered for a specific class or program that accepts young children. If participating in an age-appropriate activity, they are to be taken to the program area and picked up from the program area by an adult. 2. Children seven (7) and older may be in in the facility without supervision during age appropriate events. However, Monday-Thursday after 7:00 pm all children 12 years and younger must be accompanied by an adult, not a sibling. Friday nights 7:00-10:00 pm, only students 9th-12th grade are permitted in Teen Night (excluding First Friday Nights.) Saturday nights, 6:009:00 pm only families and tweens (up to 8th grade) are permitted in Family Night at the Kroc. Students 9th grade and above must attend with parents. 3. If children are not picked up by closing time, the parent/guardian will be called. If no one can be reached, or if the children are not picked up within a 10-minute period, the Ashland Police Department will be called. 4. Attire:Shoes and shirts are required to be worn in the facility at all times. 5. Drug and alcohol usage is prohibited on Salvation Army property. 6. Grievance Policy: The supervisor on duty will work out any grievances that arise with guests. If they cannot be resolved in this manner, guests should put their concerns in writing and give them to the Welcome Center staff. A member of the administrative staff will contact the guest within 48 hours and will work to find an acceptable resolution to the situation. 7. Internet Usage: The Salvation Army reserves the right to monitor the Internet activity of our guests and staff including the websites they visit. The Salvation Army also reserves the right to restrict computer usage by our guests when their Internet usage is inappropriate. 8. Profanity: Language used in the facility is to be respectful of others. Profanity or other hurtful language will not be accepted. Guests that choose to use profanity will be asked to leave the property. 9. Personal items: The Salvation Army is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged personal items that are brought into the center. For Lost & Found items, please see a Welcome Center Associate. 10. Provision of Service: RJKCCC personnel have the right to refuse service to anyone deemed disruptive or abusive. 11. Smoking Policy: Smoking is prohibited within the facility and is limited to designated areas on the property.
Kroc Center Open to Public: The RJKCCC is open to all. Memberships are no longer needed to be part of the Kroc Center. We will need to collect contact information on each guest for emergency reasons. Parental signatures are required for those under 18 yrs old.
As part of Joan Krocâ€™s wish for the Kroc Center, we offer scholarship opportunities toward classes and lessons. Financial need must be demonstrated. Applications are available at the Welcome Center. For details call 419.281.8001.
Returned Checks Policy:
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 card.
Cancellations seven (7) or more days prior to first class will receive full refund of class and material fees. Cancellations after that point will receive a pro-rated 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
Refunds will be given when programs are cancelled due to low enrollment.
All rentals/parties have a 50% nonrefundable 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 and are subject to prior agreement.
Snow Day Policy:
RJKCCC will close when Ashland City Schools close due to inclement weather. If Ashland City Schools have a 2-hr delay, we are open. For evening classes, call the Kroc Center. Please listen to radio station WNCO (1340AM),WMFD, and check The Kroc Center Facebook for updates.
Social Services Did you know? We work with the Ohio Benefit Bank to help prepare your taxes for free? If you qualify, we can help you e-file your return, and if you are entitled to a refund, have your refund directly deposited. However, the software cannot support your return if: • The household gross income (AGI) is under $95,000 for those mar- ried and filing jointly OR $65,000 for all other tax filers. • You are a business owner or a statutory employee that must file a schedule C • You & your spouse are a dual- status or non-resident alien. • You receive income from farm or rental properties. • You are a member of the clergy • You have to make the following payments: o Alternative minimum tax. o Household employment tax. o Penalty for underpayment of estimated tax. If you would like to file your taxes, you will need to bring the following: • W2s, 1099s, 1098s • Bank routing & account number for direct deposit • Social Security numbers for you & your dependents • Last year’s tax return with your AGI or Pin from last year. • Deduction and credit info. (Child care expenses, tuition bills, union dues)
Tax Clinics will be held at the Kroc Center. Please call 419.281.8001 to schedule your appointment. Dates:TBD
Operating Hours Social Services Office Monday - Fridays: . . . .9:00 am - 3:00 pm Sarah Fairchild: Emergency Housing Jennifer Crossen: Utilities Food 4 Thought Leeann Rieck: Food Pantry Ohio Benefit Bank A free service that is designed to make it easier and faster for people to connect with programs and resources needed to be healthy and secure. Available by appointment only. Contact a counselor at 419.281.8001to schedule an appointThe Salvation Army invites all commument. nity minded individuals, social workers, counselors, marriage counselors, volunteers, and pastors to participate in this Community Meals Monday - Friday . . . . . . . 11:15-11:45 am monthly Luncheon Series designed to increase your awareness and understandavailable at no charge for those in ing of those living in at-risk households in Ashland County; help you to understand Food Pantry the systems that serve them, and learn helpful interventions. Social Workers and Counselors can earn one (1) hour of Food Pantry Hours CEUs. Luncheons will be held on the 2nd Monday: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:00 - 4:00 pm Thursday of each month. Tuesday - Friday: . .10:00 am - 4:00 pm Pantry located in the Annex across from Topics: Please see Sarah Fairchild for the main building. more details and topic information. A message from Leeann Rieck, Lunch begins at 11:15 am or bring your Pantry Coordinator. . . own lunch. Programs begin promptly at The Pantry is open Monday through 12:00 pm and end at 1:00 pm. Friday. Please bring a photo ID and a piece of current mail proving residency (no junk mail). You can get assistance T.A.L.K. twice a month. If your need is greater Ashland Community Mediation Services than twice a month, please come to assists with landlord-tenant disputes, Social Services in the main building and neighbor disputes, and family disputes. Call the situation wil be reviewed. 419-207-TALK (8255) for a consultation. All services are available free of charge. We are always in need of donations for the pantry to help us provide over meals 400 a month to the local community. And please save us your PLASTIC BAGS - we use over 1000 bags a month. You can bring them to the Pantry or drop them off at the Welcome Center front desk.
Y o u’r e In v i t e d!
Thanks & God Bless.
Free Activities... Get Movin’ Walkers - FREE
Monday-Friday: 7:30 - 9:30 am & Noon - 1:00 pm Outside, in the Fun Zone or in the Field House. Walkers, come get your fitness on! Inside walkers, please complete the emergency information form and sign-in at front desk. Thank you!
It’s BINGO for FUN - FREE
Tuesdays & Thursdays: 10:00-10:45 am Win Prizes: A variety of taxable items: paper products, soaps, cleaning items, etc. Grab a friend and join us to play BINGO. Tuesdays: 6:00-8:00 pm This isn’t your typical women’s card club…Whether you are male or female, if you like to play Euchre, this is the club for you! Come and have fun!
ABLE - Adult Basic Literacy Education GED Classes & More! - FREE Tuesday-Thursday: beginning in January Time: 4:00-8:00 pm FREE services, registration required. GED preparation classes. ABLE also offers help in the following areas: work readiness, post-secondary transitions and ESOL.
Spinning & Weaving Circle - FREE
Thursdays: 9:30-11:00 am The group keeps growing! Bring your projects and have some fun! We’ll keep the coffee & tea hot!
Thursdays: 10:00 am-Noon Age: Adult Come join this active greeting card making group at the Kroc Center. Bring your own supplies and tools or use what we have available. Share ideas, stamps and a good time together. Participants will be creating cards for their own personal use and to donate to nursing homes, the military, and others who might enjoy a special greeting.
Mon 7:30-9:30 am 1:00-4:00pm 11:15-11:45am Noon-1:00 pm
Get Movin’ Walkers Food Pantry Community Meals Get Movin’ Walkers
The Elder in Residence Program is designed to offer adults (62+) an opportunity to share their skills, talents, and wisdom with The Salvation Army Kroc Center participants and the Ashland community. It is our goal to regularly honor these selected individuals with a reception and to create opportunities for their gifts to be shared across generations in a variety of ways. For nomination forms and information, please contact Dr. Judy McLaughlin, June Metcalf Elder in Residence Program Coordinator, 419. 281.8001 ext: 62829. Nominations are now being accepted for our Winter 2014 selection. Forms available at the Welcome Center Front Desk.
Euchre Card Club - FREE
Kroc (Greeting) Kard Klub - FREE
The June Metcalf Elder in Residence Program
Josianne Stone the Fall 2013 June Metcalf Elder in Residence
Capt. Jessica DeMichael & Josianne Stone
FREE Knitting/ Crocheting Circle
Tuesdays & Wednesdays: 9:00-11:00 am Although our faithful leader is no longer here, she will always be with us in spirit. Our dear June has built a lasting family of knitters and crocheters who all work together to teach, learn and grow from one another. Please feel free to join the family. Bring your projects (no matter what charity or purpose) and if you have a question, the family will all be there to help! If you don’t know how to knit or crochet, come learn and join the family!
Ladies Night is an evening out, designed for women ages 18 years and older. The group meets each Wednesday at 6:00 pm and childcare is provided, free of charge. Each week will bring something new and exciting such as: Education Night - Craft Night - Bible Study Night - Game Night - Theme Nights and Much More. For more information please call Captain Jessica DeMichael at 419.281.8001.
7:30-9:30 am Get Movin’ Walkers 9:00-11:00 am Knitting/Crochet Circle 10:00am-4:00pm Food Pantry 10:00-10:45am BINGO 11:15-11:45am Community Meals Nooon-1:00 pm Get Movin’ Walkers 6:00-8:00 pm Euchre Card Club
7:30-9:30 am Get Movin’ Walkers 9:00-11:00 am Knitting/Crochet Circle 10:00am-4:00pm Food Pantry 11:15-11:45am Community Meals Noon-1:00 pm Get Movin’ Walkers
7:30-9:30 am Get Movin’ Walkers 9:30-11:00 am Spinning & Weaving 10:00am-4:00pm Food Pantry 10:00-10:45 am BINGO 10:00-Noon Greeting Kard Klub 11:15-11:45am Community Meals Noon-1:00 pm Get Movin’ Walkers
7:30-9:30 am Get Movin’ Walkers 10:00am-4:00pm Food Pantry 11:15-11:45am Community Meals Noon-12:30 pm Take Out Only Noon-1:00 pm Get Movin’ Walkers
MUSIC The Kroc Center presents...
The Kroc Center Youth Jazz Orchestra
Mondays: January 27-April 28 Time: 4:45-6:00 pm Age: 8th-12th grade Instructor: Neil Ebert Cost: free Register by: 01/03/14 Auditions: Auditions will be held Monday, January 6 and 13. Each audition will last about 10 minutes. Once you register for the class, you will be contacted to schedule an audition date and time. Materials will be sent after you are registered for the class. The Kroc Center Youth Jazz Orchestra is a 17 member ensemble dedicated to studying, rehearsing, and playing classic big band jazz music. Modeled on the bands of the 1930s and 1940s, the Jazz program preserves this heritage and blends it with current and emerging styles of the genre. Joining the Kroc Center Jazz Orchestra is a commitment for the remainder of the 2014 school year.You will be expected to attend all rehearsals and concerts (a limited numbers of excused absences is OK), and to spend whatever time is necessary to practice and learn all of your music. Weâ€™ll have a lot of fun, and part of that fun will come from having high expectations and standards.
The Dixieland Band
Music Coordinater , Neil Ebert
The New Adventures Band Each Monday Time: 9:00-10:30 am 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 still have that desire to play music again, this is a great way to get back to the music world! We range in age from senior citizens to young. KC Big Band Rehearsal Each Monday Time: 7:00-8:30 pm Age: Adult 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. Contact Neil Ebert for more information.
Private Percussion Lessons Thursdays: January 16 (on-going) Age: 5+ Time: 4:30-7:00 pm (every 30 mins.) Instructor: Amy Arnett-Tomasek Class fee: $15 (per session) Register by: 1/9/14 If you have also had an interest in the drums, now is your chance to begin lessons. Amy will let you know what book you need to purchase based on your skill level.The lessons are on a first call basis. Students will be registered beginning at 4:30 pm proceeding to the next open time slot.
Music Play Thursdays: January 16-March 6 Time: 3:30-4:05 pm Age: 0-4 yrs Instructor: Amy Arnett-Tomasek Fee: $50 (per child) Register by: 1/9/14 Music Play is a class for children (0 - 4) and caregiver that teaches children how to Kroc Center - Dixieland Band move with flow, purpose and rhythm, match Each Wednesday pitch, sing solfedge (do-re-mi) patterns and Time: 9:30-10:30 am have lots of fun! Students keep rhythm with Age: Adult scarves, sticks, shakers, puppets and sing The Kroc Center Dixieland Band plays many songs developed to encourage singing traditional Dixieland charts that include in tune.We also sing some classic songs too! both sacred and secular music. It perClasses are of mixed ages so the older kids forms concerts for various community influence the younger ones. events throughout the Ashland area and Minimum: 3 / Maximum: 10 has an active participation in concerts for the nursing homes and assisted living Jr. Singing Company centers in Ashland. Participation is by beginning January 6 audition only as positions become avail- Mondays: Time: 6:30-7:00 pm able. Ages: 7-18 yrs If you have an interest or passion for singBeginning Piano ing for the Lord, this may be the group for Session I: January 6 - February 10 you. Captain Brett DeMichael will lead the Session II: February 24 - March 31 group each Wedneday evening. During each Session III: April 14 - May 19 semester, the singing company will perform Time: 5:00-5:45 pm at various Salvation Army Kroc Center SunClass fee: $30/session Services. Not a Salvation Army church Material fee: $8 (unless you have at- day member, not a problem! For more informatended previous classes at The Center tion, contact Capt. Brett at 419.281.8001. w/Joni Brothers) Register by: 12/30, 2/17, & 4/7 *Kroc Music Academy: Group music lessons with instructor, Joni Brothers.The class is in our state of the art The program will continue through the end piano lab and is designed for beginning level of the Ashland school year. New students players. Minimum: 3 / Maximum: 5 can enroll beginning September 2014
KC BIG BAND PERFORMANCES Other community events the KC Big Band will be participating in... Big Band and All That Jazz Monday, February 3 7:30 pm at Ashland High School Little Theatre First Assembly Dinner & Dance Saturday, February 15 6:00 pm at First Assembly Mansfield Don’t Forget at the Kroc Center Juke Box Saturday Night Saturday, March 15 7:00-10:00 pm $15/person at the Salvation Army Kroc Center Kroc Center 5th Anniversary Celebration w/Carol Jaudes Saturday, April 5 7:00 pm Donations accepted. at the Salvation Army Kroc Center Music On Market Wednesday, April 23 7:00 pm at Wooster United Methodist Church
It’s the KC BIG BAND’S Spring Dance at the Kroc Center
Saturday, March 15 7:00-10:00 pm Cost: $15/person It’s your choice what the band plays. They are your juke box! Fox Trot, Rumba - you pick. Light refreshments will be served!
RECREATION LEAGUES & TOURNAMENTS League
Kroc / Ashland YMCA Men’s Basketball League (KYMBL) Recreational & Competitive
Friday - Teen Night
Tuesdays: February 4-April 8 / Time: 6:00-9:00 pm Ages: 18 + and out of high school Cost: $350/team Minimum/Maximum players per team: 5/8 Minimum/Maximum teams: 6/12 Register by: 01/21/14 The KYMBL will consist of 8 regular games. Depending on the total number of teams registered and your teams winning record, 2 additional weeks will be added for play-offs. All players are expected to provide their own matching team shirts. Games will be officiated by experienced outside officials to ensure the highest quality play. Games for the KYMBL will be played at both The Kroc Center and the Ashland YMCA. League schedules and rules will be distributed to team captains one week after registration at the Team Captain Meeting. All league registration must take place at the Salvation Army Kroc Center, 527 E. Liberty St., Ashland, OH.
CoEd Volleyball Tournament
Saturday, May 17 Time: 8:00 am-6:00 pm Age: 16+ Cost: $50/team up to 10 players per team with two women Maximum: 20 teams Join the Kroc Center for the first volleyball tournament. Teams must have at least two women in play at all times. Games will be officiated by Kroc Center employees. The tournament is recreational.
Men’s Adult 3on3 Basketball Tournament
Time: 7:00-10:00 pm Ages: 9th-12th grade Cost: FREE Teens can hang out, listen to music, concessions open, play video games, open gym, Whatever...
Saturday - Family Night Time: 6:00-9:00 pm Ages: Families, Kids & Tweens Cost: $4 OR $3 w/2 non-perishables. All Unlimited! Families will enjoy activties like roller skating, BFL Laser Tag, & once a month feature movies! Teens 9th grade and higher must attend with a parent or family.
What is BFL Laser Tag?
Battlefield LIVE is an adrenaline-filled laser tag game unlike anything you have experienced. Up to 14 players at a time compete in team missions using state-of-the-art infrared gaming equipment. If you enjoy paint ball, airsoft, Halo, or Call of Duty, you will absolutely love Battlefield LIVE! Note: Group BFL Rentals available. Please call Debbie Cooper at (419)281-8001 to schedule your group today!
Saturday, April 19 Time: 8:00 am-6:00 pm Age: 16+ Cost: $30/team Maximum: 30 teams (Minimum: 3 men/team Maximum: 4 men/team) must be at least 8 years old to The Kroc Center is hosting a recreational 3on3 baskeball tournament. Bring *Kids play BFL. your best men and see if you can take it all! Games will be officiated by Kroc employees. The tournament is recreational.
Recreation Schedule For an updated schedule, please see monthly calendar postings in our building. Mon
7:30-9:30 am Get Movin’ Walkers Noon-1:00 pm Get Movin’ Walkers Fun Zone 1:00-3:00 pm Adult Open Gym 3:00-5:00 pm Youth Open Gym Schedule 5:00-8:00 pm Kroc Teens
7:30-9:30 1:00-3:00 3:00-6:00 6:00-8:00
am Get Movin’ Walkers pm Adult Open Gym pm Youth Open Gym pm Open Youth Basketball
7:30-9:30 am Get Movin’ Walkers Noon-1:00 pm Get Movin’ Walkers 1:00-3:00 pm Adult Open Gym 3:00-5:00 pm Youth Open Gym 7:00-10:00 pm Open Adult Bskball
7:30-9:30 am Get Movin’ Walkers Noon-1:00 pm Get Movin’ Walkers 1:00-3:00 pm Adult Open Gym 3:00-6:00 pm Youth Open Gym 6:00-9:00 pm Self-Defense
7:30-9:30 am Get Movin’ Walkers Noon-1:00 pm Get Movin’ Walkers 1:00-3:00 pm Adult Open Gym 3:00-5:00 pm All Star Roller Skating 5:00-7:00 pm Private Rentals 7:00-10:00 pm High School Teen Time & 1st Fridays, beginning Jan. 4.
10:00 am - 5:00 pm Rentals and Special Events 6:00-9:00 pm Family Roller Skaking
7:30-9:30 am Get Movin’ Walkers Noon-1:00 pm Get Movin’ Walkers 1:00-3:00 pm Adult Open Field 3:00-5:00pm Youth Open Gym 7:00-10:00 pm Open Adult Soccer
7:30-9:30 am Noon-1:00 pm 1:00-3:00 pm 3:00-5:00pm 5:00-7:00 pm 7:00-10:00pm
7:30-9:30 am Get Movin’ Walkers Noon-1:00 pm Get Movin’ Walkers 1:00-3:00 pm Adult Open Field 3:00-5:00 pm All Star/Youth Open Fld 5:00-7:00 pm BFL - Private Parties 7:00-10:00 pm High School Teen Time & 1st Fridays, beginning Jan. 4.
7:00 am-last game Kroc Soccer 6:00-9:00 pm Family BFL No BFL on movie nights *Start times pending Kroc soccer games.
(FZ) 7:30-9:30 am Get Movin’ Walkers Noon-1:00 pm Get Movin’ Walkers 1:00-3:00 pm Adult Open Field 3:00-5:00 pm Youth Open Gym Schedule 5:00-8:00 pm Kroc Teens
Field House (FH)
10:00am-Noon Bounce & Play/Fun Noon-1:00 pm Get Movin’ Walkers 1:00-3:00 pm Adult Open Field 3:00-5:00pm Youth Open Gym 5:00-7:00 pm Open Batting Cages 7:00-8:00 pm Open Youth Soccer
Get Movin’ WalkersGet Movin’ Walkers Adult Open Field Youth Open Gym Open Batting Cages Flag Football
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RECREATION OPEN GYM/FIELD
Open Field/Gym Times
Cost: $2 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! Youth Open Field/Gym: Only for guests 7 - 17 years old. Open Field or Gym: For all guests any age. Adult Open Field/Gym: Only for guests 18 years or older.
Open Youth Tuesdays: 7:00-8:00 pm Open Adult Wednesdays: 7:00-10:00 pm Cost: $3 / Ages: 11-17 & 18+ The field is open to all youth (or adults) wanting to play a pick-up game of soccer. Each week brings new people. Come join the group!
Open Youth Tuesdays: 6:00-8:00 pm Open Adults Wednesdays: 7:00-10:00 pm Cost: $3 / Ages: 11-17 / 18+ The court is open to all teens (or adults) wanting to play a pick-up game of basketball. Each week brings new people. Come join the game!
Mondays: 7:00-9:00 pm Cost: $3 / Ages: 16+ The gym is open to all teen/adults wanting to play a pick-up game of volleyball. Each week brings new people. Come join the group!
Open Batting Cages
Tuesdays: 5:00-6:00 pm Softball & Baseball Thursdays: 5:00-7:00 pm Baseball only Cost: $3 (unlimited swings) Includes: helmets, dipped balls, and 2 pitching machines: baseball & softball.
Little Ones Classes
Bounce & Play!
1st & 3rd Tuesdays of each month 10:00 am - Noon / Age: 0-4yrs Cost: $2 (per adult) 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! The 1st & 3rdTuesday of each month is Bounce House Day! We also have lots of balls, building blocks and giant puzzle pieces to create fun. (Fee for adults only, kids free.)
FUN in MOVING!
2nd & 4th Tuesdays of each month 10:00 am - Noon / Age: 0-4yrs Instructor: Dr. Donna Messerly Cost: $2 (per adult) A program centered on developmentally appropriate movement. The program is a combination of unstructured play opportunities and planned movement experiences. Designed specifically to help children develop their fundamental motor skills through: obstacle courses, balls, parachute, balloons and more. (Fee for adults only, kids free.)
Men’s Adult Flag Football
Thursdays: February 14-April 4 Time: 7:00-10:00 pm / Age: 16+ Fee: $180 (team) Register by: 02/07/14 Get your best team together for our winter indoor football league. All games are 5vs5, but you can have as many on your roster as you would like. Cost includes eight (8) Kroc Center staff refereed games and possibly one championship game (top two teams will play for championship). Rules and schedules will be e-mailed to team captains after the final registration day. Please Note: times of games are subject to the number of teams registered. Minimum: 4 / Maximum: 6 teams
Rec Classes Iyengar Yoga - 2 Sessions
Wednesdays: January 8-29 & February 19-April 9 Time: 3:30-4:30 pm / Age: 16+ Instructor: Shirley Weimer Cost: Session I: $26 II: $50 Register by: 01/02 & 02/12 There are many reasons Iyengar style yoga is practiced by more people than any other in this country. It focuses on body alignment with muscles to give correct skeletal support and realignment of the spine. Anyone can participate in this gentle class with usage of props. It is never too late to reap the benefits of a yoga practice. Please bring your mat, pillow and belt. Minimum: 5
Youth Self-Defense Class
Thursdays: January 9-February 28 & March 7-May 2 Youth (7+) Time: 6:00-7:30 pm Cost: $32/session Register by: 01/02/14 & 2/28/14 Minimum: 5 (Class details under Adult Class)
Adult Self-Defense Class
Thursdays: January 9-Febrary 28 & March 7-May 2 Teen/Adults (13+) Time: 7:30-9:00 pm Cost: $48/session Register by: 01/02/14 & 2/28/14 Minimum: 3 Instructor:Ted Weaver, Blackbelt in Shotokan,Tae-kwon Do and trained in Arnis, Silat, & Kali 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! *All “Open” times are subject to change due to scheduling. Please call ahead.
Art Classes Children’s Art Classes
After School Community Art
Tuesdays: beginning January 7 Time: 3:45-4:30 pm / Ages: 5-12 Instructor: Bea North Cost: $2/class Join us each Tuesday afternoon as we experiment and learn with a variety of art materials and ideas at the Kroc Center. We will create different projects each week using paper, paint, crayons, markers, collage and other media. All grade school age children are welcome. No registration required.
Thursdays: beginning January 9 Time: 3:45-4:30 pm / All Ages Instructor: Sam Swain Cost: $2/class Come and explore this traditional Japanese art form. We will make some new figures each week and learn to do a great variety of folding techniques. No registration required.
NEW JEWELRY CLASS!
Doing Art Together
Mondays: 10:00-11:00 am Ages 2 ½ -5 (Pre-K) Instructor: Bea North Cost: $6 / Material fee: $5 Pre-school children come with a parent or other adult caregiver and are encouraged to use a variety of art materials in developmentally appropriate ways. Two children may come with one parent. Register one week before each session. Session 1 - January 6-27 Snow Art- snow men, snowflakes and winter scenes; clay, paint and chalk. Frosty days will be the theme in January. No class 1/20. Session 2 - February 3-24 Hearts and Stars- lots of ways to make Valentines and patriotic designs. We’ll try stencils, paint, stamps and other surprise materials to make some great looking, fun to do art. No class 2/17. Session 3 - March 10-24 Media Experiments- we’ll get out tissue, glue, clay and some common ingredients to make some very cool effects. Come try something new! Session 4 - April 7-28 Easter Eggs and April Showers- we’ll think about spring and make some art suitable for the season. No class 4/14.
Wednesdays: March 12-26 Time: 6:00-8:00 pm Age: Adult Instructor: Cathy Bauer Cost: $30 Material fee: $25 Register by: 03/05/14
Adult Art Classes
Zentangles - FREE
Wednesdays: 7:00-8:00 pm January 8-February 26 Age:Teen through Adult Register by: 1/1/13 The art form of Zentangles has been found to be a relaxing, stressrelieving focus for many enthusiasts. Explore your artistic ability and create patterns and designs inspired by fashion, folk art and the world around you. Come and try this popular new art form.
Open Studio Fused Glass
Time: 6:00-8:00 pm Age:Teen-Adult Instructor: Bea North Cost: $2/Session Material Fee: $10/session Register one week prior to each class date. Session 1:Thursday, January 16 Session 2:Thursday, February 20 Session 3:Tuesday, March 18 Session 4:Thursday, April 24 Make jewelry for yourself or create beautiful gifts with fused glass. Participants will learn the basics of cutting glass and assembling small projects, completing 2-4 jewelry pieces. There will be a supply of 96 COE glass and tools available or bring your own to use in the class. Items will be fired and finished by the instructor. Minimum: 2 / Maximum: 8 Come and create unique and stylish jewelry using a variety of vintage buttons. Stacked button bracelets, broaches and rings will be sewn or glued to make one-of-a-kind wearable art. Cathy is collecting some wonderful materials to inspire your fashion sense. Minimum: 3 / Maximum: 8
13 Hey Ashland! Did you know we LOVE yarn donations? Our Crochet & Knit Circles are getting busy making blankets, hats, scarves and mittens to be handed out to kids who need to keep warm! Already this year they created hundreds of items for individuals for the Salvation Army’s Christmas Distribution and all from donated yarn! This year so far we have made over 250 blankets, 400 hats and many more items. Keep the yarn coming!
Adult Art Classes Acrylic Painting
Mondays: 6:00-8:00 pm Instructor: Linda Goodman Cost: $30 Materials: $8 or $20 See list at front desk Register one week before each session. Minimum: 3 / Maximum: 8 Session1: “A Rustic Cabin in the Mountains” February 17-March 3 Paint a beautiful mountain landscape under a glowing evening sky. Imagine a rustic cabin in the wilderness. Linda will help each student achieve success and finish a frameable work of art. Session 2: “A Waterfall in the Woods” March 17-31 Learn to paint a viable waterfall set in a wooded springtime scene. Linda will demonstrate how to create the effects of moving water and shaded foliage for this landscape painting experience.
Pastel Spring Basket
Tuesdays: March 4 and 11 Time: 6:00-8:00 pm Age: Adult Instructor: Diane Cawood Cost: $20 Material fee: $20 Register by: 2/25/14 Come and make a decorative basket to adorn your home or hold a gift this spring. Diane Cawood, an experienced local basket maker and instructor, will show us how to create a small, well-crafted basket. Minimum: 3 / Maximum: 8
Thursdays: March 6-April 10 Time: 6:00-8:00 pm Age: Adult Instructor:Tom Puskar Cost: $60 Register by: 2/30/14 Class members should have and bring to class either a digital SLR (DSLR) or digital point and shoot camera. Students will be introduced to the fundamentals of photography, composition, shutter speed, aperture, ISO, focus and how all work together to create images. We will also cover aspects of using a digital camera such as understanding the different shooting modes, manual programs, shutter priority and how each affects the photos that are taken. We will learn about the digital settings on the DSLR, such as white balance, file size and autofocus. Students will be given assignments to take particular types of photos and those will be shared and discussed in class. We will also cover how to get the digital images from the camera to the computer and any other questions areas students have in regard to working with the photos on the computer such as emailing photos, cropping and resizing.. The class will take a field trip on one of the class days to an area park to get hands-on experience and assistance using their cameras. Minimum: 3 / Maximum: 8
Thursdays, March 6- 27 Time: 6:00-8:00 pm Age: Adult Instructor: Harold Nickell Cost: $40 Material fee: $10 Register by: 2/27/14 Our veteran woodcarving instructor, Harold Nickell, will show class participants how to use basic woodcarving tools to make small sculptures and bas relief projects. He will also cover finishing the projects, using stains, paints and appropriate materials to seal the wood. Come and enjoy learning new skills and making new friends as you whittle together in the Kroc Center Art Room. Minimum: 3 / Maximum: 8
Wednesdays: 6:00-8:00 pm January 15- February 19 Age: Adult Instructor: Carl Renneker Register by: 01/08/14 Cost: $60 Materials: $100 for all tools, supplies and glass. Mr. Renneker will go over the materials list during the first class and students may order what they will need to be equipped for the rest of the class. Please ask to see the supply list at the Kroc Center front desk. During this six-week class, students will learn to cut, foil and solder glass to create decorative stained glass projects. Instruction will involve working from a pattern, cutting and grinding glass pieces to fit a design and ways to make creative choices in designing stained glass pieces. Carl Renneker is a well known local artist, sharing his skill and artistry with those who sign up for this creative learning experience. Minimum 3 / Maximum: 8
FAMILY MOVIES & FIRST FRIDAYS The Kroc Center presents...
Family Movie Night January 04 “Rise of the Guardian”
February 08 “Monsters University”
March 08 “Dispicable Me 2”
April 12 “The Sandlot”
Entertain 7:00 pm ment: Recreatio 8:00-10:0 n: 0pm
Friday Nights JANUARY 3 THE SINGING COMPANY BAND MARCH 7 TBD MAY 2
BATTLE OF THE BANDS Cost:
All movies are FREE and begin at 6:30pm. All movies are subject to time change due to scheduling and title change due to availability.
Admission FREE! Donations accepted.
FATHER DAUGHTER DANCE 2ndAnnual
Dads, invite your daughters out for an evening to remember. You and your daughter(s) will dance the evening away while enjoying fun games and exciting entertainment. Light refreshments will be served! Maurer Photopgrahy will be on hand taking Father Daughter photos for purchase.
Saturday, February 8 6:00-8:00 pm
Cost: $25 per father daughter in advance/$30 $5 per additional daughter *only 100 tickets available.
CLASSES THAT INSPIRE VBS & SUMMER PREVIEW Writing Writers Group - FREE
2nd Monday of ea. month: Jan. 13, Feb. 10, Mar, 10 & Apr 14 Time: 7:15-8:30 pm Instructor: Major JoAnn Shade
This open group meets monthly to encourage those who enjoy writing in a variety of genres. Each session includes a short writing exercise and an opportunity to receive feedback on written work if desired.
Memory Making Saturday, January 11 & February 22 Time: 9:00 am-5:00 pm Age: 12+ Pre-registration: $10/person Register by: 1wk prior to session At the door: $15/person No matter if you are a Scrapper or Card Making fool, bring all your wonderful supplies and join us for a great time of creativity. Our volunteer class leader, Cindy Crist, from Creative Memories, is on hand to help with great ideas. Each session Cindy creates a `Make & Take` just for our class! And to help keep your energy up while you work, Lunch will be provided. Bring snacks or desserts to share if you’d like! Minimum: 5
The Princess’s Closet Prom Dress Event
Thursday, March 13 at Church of the Saviour in Wooster Contact Melanie Miller, at 330-264-5233 for more details. *The Kroc Center is a DRESS DROP SPOT.
The Natural Solution!
Essential Oils for Emergency Preparedness
Making Non-Toxic Cleaners using Essential Oils
VBS Summer Preview Tuesday, May 6
“Gear Up” for Summer Saturday, May 31
Thursday: March 6 Time: 6:30-8:00 pm Instructor: Kendra Coakley-Pense Cost: $6 / Material fee: $8 Register by: 03/06/14 Did you know that a truly pure essential oil has a virtually unlimited shelf life and has strong antibacterial and antiviral properties? Did you know essential oil blends are used by some hospitals to inhibit MRSA? Come gain valuable information and peace of mind as you learn how to build your own Emergency Preparedness First Aid kit, for the next time the power goes out! Participants will take home a mini first aid kit. Minimum: 3
Time: 2:30-5:30 pm Age: Preschool (3-5 yrs) & Elementary (6-12yrs) Cost: FREE / Register by: 4/29/14 Come and have fun with us during Spring break. Children will rotate from station to station including: snacks, games, crafts and bible stories. Kids will get a sneak peak of our VBS theme for this summer! Please register your child at the Welcome Center desk by Tuesday, April 29, 2014.
Mark your Calendars!
Kroc VBS Summer August 11-15, 2014 6:00-8:00 pm
*Time and dates are subject to change.
Thursday, April 10 Time: 6:30-8:00 pm / Age: 18+ Instructor: Kendra Coakely-Pense Cost: $6 / Material fee: $8 Register by: 04/03/14 In this class participants will make and take a sampling of non-toxic cleaning products, combining cheap and easy to acquire ingredients with the strong anti-bacterial cleaning power of essential oils. Some of the products we can make: foaming handsoap, surface cleaner and soft scrub. Essential oils offer a viable and effective alternative to synthetic anti-bacterial consumer products, thereby reducing one’s environmental toxic load. Minimum: 3
Time: 10:00am-Noon Cost: Free Join the Kroc Center as we get your ready for summer and safe play. The event is open for kids of all ages. Snacks will be provided. Look for more details to come. Spray Park will be open after the event.
NEOSA Summer Camp Preview Wednesday, April 23
Time: 6:00-7:30pm Are you looking for a new and exciting camp for your child this summer? Come check out the Salvation Army’s Camp NEOSA. Meet the Camp Directors, ask questions and get a preview of the excitment your child could experience this summer. Snacks and refreshments will be provided.
PUPPY PRESCHOOL & ALL STAR ACADEMY Puppy
Preschool w/Dianne Hammontree
Tuesdays: 7:00-8:00 pm Puppy Ages: 7-16 mos. and proof of Vaccinations Cost: $55/session Price includes one consultation before class session begins. Register by: 1 week prior to first class date. Class Sessions - (choose one) I: January 6-20 II: February 3-17 III: March 3-17 VI: April 7-21 Limit: 10 dogs/class What is Puppy Preschool? Teaches * Proper Dog Socialization Discusses * Owner Educational Topics Addreses * House Training * Play-Biting * Chewing * First Aid * Grooming If the puppy is owned by a family, all members need to attend the class for success. Dogs must arrive on a leash and should to go the bathroom before class begins. Diane is owner & operater of Puppy Feet LLC.
Come join All Star Academy Starts: Monday, January 6 Age: 7-12 yrs Monday-Thursday: 3:00-5:15pm Friday: 3:00-5:15pm (Troops 4:15-5:15pm) Fee: $40/Semester January-May *ASA follows the Ashland City School Schedule.
What is All Star Academy?
The All Star Academy (ASA) is a structured after school program for our youth (7-12 yrs), designed to offer an enriching daily activity and help students with their homework. Monday-Thursday ASA students begin arriving at 3:00 pm and will immediately go to the Rec area for free-time and games. At 3:45 pm students will participate in an enrichment activity. Then, from 4:30-5:15 pm students receive an after school snack and start their homework. Friday, All Star students arrive starting at 3:00 pm and will Roller Skate until 4:00 pm. At 4:00pm All Star ends and Troops begins. All students enrolled in All Star are automatically enrolled in Troops unless otherwise specified. What is Troops? The Salvation Armyâ€™s Sunbeams (girls) and Adventure Corps (boys) which are fun-filled, character building programs that help develop socially, mentally and spiritually, while earning badges. For ages 6-12 yrs, the program runs 4:15-5:15pm. Enrichment Activities: Recreation Computer Lab / Art / Board Games / Origami / Kroc Music Academy Friday: Roller Skating & Troops! Note: You donâ€™t have to be in All Star to be in Troops. Troops is a free program and you may register seperately at the Welcome Center.
Rentals & Events
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(whole rm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35/hr (1/2 rm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20/hr Classroom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20/hr Audio/Visual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10/event A/V Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $25/hr
Recreation Area Rentals:
Fun Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55/hr Basketball,Volleyball, & more Roller Skating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $80/hr Field House . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$55/hr Astro Turf Surface; Soccer & Football Batting Cage w/half field . . . . . . .$30/hr Batting Cage w/Machine & half field Two pitching machines: (1)Baseball, (1) Softball, (2) batting cages, dimpled balls, and helmets . . . . . . . . . $40/hr BFL - Battlefield LIVE. . . . . . . . . . $105/hr *Coaches, please call the Kroc Center to schedule your teams indoor practices.
ONE PLACE HAS IT ALL! Friday Private Party Rentals:
Time: 5:00-7:00pm Saturday Private Party Rentals: Time: 10:00 am-5:00 pm (Hours are subject to change.)
Types of Private Party Rentals: Bounce House Party. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $125 Fun Zone Games Party . . . . . . . . . . . .$100 Roller Skating Party . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $125 BFL Laser Tag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $125 Please note: Private party includes one hour in room and one hour of activity. Call Events Coordinator, Debbie Cooper, at 419.281.8001 to book your next party.
Unforgettable Events in a State-of-the-Ar t Facility... We have the fun, YOU bring the excitement!
The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center presents the...
Anniversary Friday, April 4, 2014
Civic Dinner at AU Covocation Center 6:00-8:00 pm Tickets: $40 per person or $350 table of 10 (purchase tickets at the Kroc Center)
Reservation must be received by 3/21/2014 Join us as we celebrate our past and share with you a glimpes of our future. During this special event we will present our special guest Everett “Ev” DeVaul with the 2014 Salvation Army Other’s Award.
Saturday, April 5, 2014 (two events)
Salvation Army Northeast Ohio Arts Festival at the Kroc Center 10:00 am-1:00 pm Admission: free A Live Concert with the KC Big Band & special guest, Carol Jaudes at the Kroc Center 6:00-8:00 pm Admission: Donations accepted.
Ev DeVaul is a former Ashland City School teacher, Athletic Director and seven years ago he became Executive Director of United Way for Ashland County. Ev is a pillar of the Ashland community. He and his wife Judith, are the proud parents of two married daughters and four granddaughters.
Carol Jaudes appeared for five years on Broadway as Jennyanydots, the tap-dancing Gumbie Cat in the hit musical CATS. Her career as a professional actress gave her opportunities to perform across the United States, Canada and Great Britain. Some of Carol’s favorite roles have been Maria in THE SOUND OF MUSIC, Eileen in Off-Broadway’s TOO MANY GIRLS, and Annelle in STEEL MAGNOLIAS - just to name a few.
Sunday, April 6, 2014
Sunday Worship at The Kroc Center Chapel 10:00 am Worship 11:15 am Sunday School
Interested in showing God’s love by lending a helping hand? We have wonderful opportunities for volunteering:
* After-school program * Community Meals * Food Pantry * Concession Stand - Rec. Area * Large Kroc Center Programs * Kettle Collection * And Much More!
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.
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