Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28
and Dec. 5 and 12
Bowling at Gahanna Lanes
Sign up for Cooking Classes. Dates are 1/9, 1/16, 1/23 and 1/30
Bareclay Trip Jan. 28 4-5pm
We are looking for OSU students to be Friendship Circle volunteers!
This program is funded by
ADAMH and the Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities.
The Friendship Circle has five facets:
Home Visitations: Volunteers visit a child’s home on a regular basis. The goal of home visitations is to provide a positive social setting, skill building, and friendship.
Family Fun Days: These are outings with The Friendship Circle for your whole family. Come watch your child hang out with peers and socialize over some good old fun.
Sports Nights: Friendship Circle offers general sports and basketball classes. Each activity is a five or six week commitment. Sports nights are open to ages 8+.
Teen Scene: Teen Scene pairs OSU volunteers with teenaged buddies, both for home visits and group programming. Activities include Bowling and Cooking Classes.
Parent Events: Informal gatherings planned for both parents of volunteers and parents of the special buddies, respectively.
Kids - want to be part of the Friendship Circle program? It's easy!
1. Register with Friendship Circle
2. Sign up for your choice of home visits, classes and activities
Teens/OSU Students - want to be a buddy?
1. Register to volunteer: HIgh School/Middle School students or OSU students
2. Sign up for training, home visits, classes and activities
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