Girls Incorporated is a national youth organization dedicated to helping girls become strong, smart, and bold. We provide programs to girls after school, on weekends, and during the summer through our network of affiliates. In addition, we conduct research on girls' issues and advocate for girls.
Girls who participate in our programs range in age from 6 to 18 and come from a variety of backgrounds, including Caucasian, African-American, Latina, Native American, and Asian, among others. Fifty-four percent are from single parent families.
Bloomington City Ordinance 15.56.100 requires that bicycle helmets be worn in Bloomington while riding on public highways, bicycle paths and public right-of-ways. The following groups are available to give away bicycle helmets to low income families in Bloomington. Community Health Access Program, 812-353-3212 Southern Indiana Pediatrics, 332-9874
The first Thursday of every month at 7:30pm in Geology Rm. 126
The Indiana University Caving Club (IUCC) provides students, faculty, staff and community members the opportunity to crawl around in holes in the ground while practicing cave conservation. The monthly trips offer members of all abilities the opportunity to enjoy a safe caving experience with qualified guides. The IUCC provides a helmet and light for the novice.
401 N Morton St Ste 250
Bloomington, IN 47404
Bloomington Parks & Recreation 401 N. Morton St., Bloomington, IN Mailing Address: P.O. Box 848 Bloomington, IN 47402
Sports INFO hotline: 349-3610
Sports Info-Line has hotlines for softball, tennis and youth sports.
Lake Monroe Sailing Association (LMSA) is located in the rolling hills of southern Indiana at the Moores Creek Sailing Marina on Lake Monroe. LMSA offers club membership, wet storage in slips and on buoys, dry storage in secure fenced areas, marina facilities, a shelter house, camping areas, shower house, childrens playground, and club activities to the sailing public.
The Hoosier Canoe Club, founded in 1963, is a common adventure organization for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy paddlesports, camping, wildlife and friendship. During the winter months the annual Activity/Trip Schedule is developed for the upcoming season and in early April becomes available to the membership. Trips are featured nearly every weekend from March through October. A monthly newsletter details each scheduled activity for time, meeting location, shuttle particulars, and other logistics. From calm flatwater to thrilling whitewater, the club's varied schedule has trips for all abilities and interests