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Jennings Center

The Albert G. Jennings Center

1330 McCulloch Street
Directions
(260) 427-6700

 

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Jennings Center continues to fulfill its unique mission, by providing activities for people of all ages in such areas as athletics, club organization, crafts, skill development and food service. All activities are supervised by a highly committed and trained staff. All programs are free. 

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Staff

Bennie Lewis, Manager of Neighborhood Programs
Michael Ayers, Facility Supervisor
Camille Curry, Program Coordinator
Costella Mack, Program Coordinator

What's NEW

Check out Facebook and Twitter for information about Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation including information on Jennings!

Check out the NEW East Central Neighborhood Blog and learn more about what is happening in our community

The Safe Haven Open Houses and Basketball Tournament has been set for October. Check out the press release for additional information.

Jennings Center Hours

Business Hours
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Monday – Thursday 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Friday 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Youth School Hours:

Monday – Thursday 3 PM – 8 PM

Friday 3 PM – 6 PM

Note: When FWCS is closed, our hours are from 12:00 PM – 5 PM

Closed for City Holidays throughout the year. 

All programs are offered FREE of charge.

View an on-line Schedule  

Rental Opportunities

Jennings Center is available for rent.  Call the Center (427-6700) for additional details.

$30/hr minimum of 2 hours; plus a $45 security fee; plus a $25 cleanup returnable deposit

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High Achievers


Jennings Center High Achiever Alumni
Bianca Woods-Saint Francis
Jayla Starks-Grace
Imani Freeman-Missouri
Kahita Collins-Indiana Wesleyan
Eshuante' Jones-Nebraska
Demarlo Belcher-Indiana
Reginald Hearn-Northwestern
Denzel Hayden, Miles College
Kristina Harrington, IPFW
Aric Curry, Ivy Tech
William Holley, Jr., Ivy Tech


Twenty-first Century Scholars Program

The Twenty-first Century Scholars program is an income-eligible program for families in Indiana. Students in the 6th, 7th or 8th grade who qualify for the program can receive up to four years of college tuition to attend an eligible Indiana public or private college or university.

You can learn more about the scholarship program by applying online at www.scholars.in.gov

Youth Scholarship Information

Youth Scholarships are give out yearly for selected college bound Freshmen. We rely on donations to make these scholarships possible. Please consider giving a donation towards this worth cause.

Donate NOW!

 

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