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The Central Indiana Region of PCA has a long history of charitable and community service activities. In addition to CruZionsville, CIR hosted 2 Teen Street Survival events during 2016. With Randy Faunce as the Chair, we trained approximately 55 teen drivers to more effectively avoid accidents while driving. In addition to Teen Street Survival, CIR contributes approximately 10% of the funds above $50,000 (a figure that represents our minimal operating capital) to charity each year. The beneficiaries of these monies for 2016 included the Alzheimer’s Association of Central Indiana, the Little Sisters of the Poor ($2,000), and the Peyton Manning Hospital for Children ($2,000).

 

CruZionsville is the brain-child of CIR member Steve Tarr. Steve first proposed the concept of this community Porsche event 6 years ago and it has grown exponentially from its modest beginnings. It would be impossible to count the hours, weeks, and months of effort that Steve, his wife Alice, and the members of his volunteer “army” have devoted to making CruZionsville one of the largest events of its kind in the Midwest.

 

 

 

CruzZionsville

 

The CruZionsville event is a Porsche car show organized by Steve Tarr. The money raised goes to the Alzheimer's Organization and since 2011 it has contributed more than $70,000 to the Alzheimer Fund!

 

 
 

 

 

 

Street Survival

 

The Central Indiana Region and the Street Survival Foundation join together to give safety driving instructions to teen drivers.

 

 
 

 

 

 

Bowl for Kids’ Sake -
Big Brothers, Big Sisters

 

The Central Indiana Region and Debbie Groulik sponsored this event to raise money at this event.  Bowlers were team captains, memeber non-members and friends.

 

 
 

 

 

 

Little Sisters of the Poor

 

The Central Indiana Region and Debbie Groulik sponsored this event to raise money at this event.  Bowlers were team captains, memeber non-members and friends.

 

 
 

 

 

 

Peyton Manning Hospital for Children

 

The Central Indiana Region and Debbie Groulik sponsored this event to raise money at this event.  Bowlers were team captains, memeber non-members and friends.

 

 
 

 

 

 

Indiana Children's Wish Fund

 

The CIR sponsored a car show at Rick's Boatyard benefitting the Indiana Children's Wish Fund.

 

 
 

 

 

 

Adopt-A-Highway

 

The Central Indiana Region has adopted the U.S. 31 highway between 96th and 116th streets. Each year the CIR removes tons of trash from the environment along this highway.

  

    You can be a part of these activities by selecting "Philanthropic" categories in the "Event Calendar" page.

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