Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Tuesday evening's proceeds will benefit Chattahoochee club.
Dine at El Porton on Jones Bridge Road in Johns Creek tonight from 5 to 10:30 p.m., and 10 percent of proceeds will benefit the Chattahoochee High chapter of the Junior Civitans. The offer is valid Tuesday, Feb. 12, and patrons must present the flyer accompanying this article. The Junior Civitans formed in December when some 100 high schoolers from Chattahoochee, Johns Creek and Northview high schools were inducted. The junior clubs will further the Johns Creek Civitans' mission of giving back to the community through volunteerism. Proceeds from the El Porton fundraiser will help support Civitan participation in the Polar Plunge, a benefit for the Special Olympics. See also: Junior Civitans Inducted in Johns Creek
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Restaurant will donate 10 percent of proceeds on Monday to Junior Civitans.
If you haven't tried out the new Firehouse Subs on McGinnis Ferry yet, Monday would be a great day to do so. The new Junior Civitan Club at Northview High School is hosting its first fundraising activity when it partners with Firehouse, which will donate 10 percent of its proceeds Monday from 6 p.m. to close. The club will use the money to support its team in the Polar Plunge, which benefits the Georgia Special Olympics. To help the club out, present the flyer accompanying this article or simply tell the cashier, and the Junior Civitans will receive 10 percent of the sale.
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Some 100 members from three high schools become Civitans.
Having only launched this summer, the Johns Creek chapter of Civitan International has achieved one of its primary goals: It recently inducted some 100 members into Junior Civitan clubs. Consisting of students from Chattahoochee, Johns Creek and Northview high schools, the three junior clubs will further the Civitan mission of giving back to the community through volunteerism. It's a "rare moment" in Civitans to charter three clubs at once, said local Civitan President Doug Smith at the induction ceremony, which took place at St. Benedict's Taylor Lodge. "Together we have . . . an opportunity to make an impact," said Northview's Junior Civitan President, Eric Beppler, during the invocation. See accompanying video and photos for highlights …