ROCK hosts 2nd annual park day

Students gather at second annual park day.

GREENVILLE—Darke County Weekday Christian Education recently held its second annual park day at the Greenville City Park.

The after-school program is called Reaching out to Christ’s Kids (ROCK), and focuses on lesson plans from each chapter of the Bible.

The classes, which are taught after school at Versailles, Union City, Ind., Arcanum, Mississinawa Valley and Franklin Monroe, run for eight weeks in the spring and fall.

ROCK set up the park day to recruit new students, and teachers.

The day included kids activities, pizza, and fun for the whole family.

The ROCK Program has offered Christian education in the local schools since 1927. Currently the program is in need of teachers, volunteers, and board members to keep the program running.

Often, the courses are taught in cafeterias, gymnasiums, libraries and more from about 2:45 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

If you would like more information on getting involved in the program please reach out to Emily Osborne at 937-423-2366, Vivian Dailey at 937-321-8748 or check out their Facebook Page.

The teachers, volunteers, and board members wanted to thank the families that support the program and children that attended the after school program in the fall and spring.