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PO BOX 40 815 NORTH A STREET
RICHMOND, IN 47375
PH: 765-966-2235 FAX: 765-966-5700
Our mission is to honor the men and women who have excelled in high school, college, or professional football in Indiana based on their coaching, athletic ability, citizenship, scholarship, and significant supporting contributions to the game of football, and to preserve and display memorabilia related to the game of football from the past to the present.
The IFHOF is honored to announce that former player Otis Armstrong and former coaches Floyd Thomas Kelly and Mark A. Miller will be inducted in West Lafayette on June 10, 2015. The event will take place in coorperation with the Joe Tiller Chapter of Northwest Indiana of the National Football Foundation. It will be held at the Purdue Memorial Union with a Silent Auction and Reception at 5 pm EDT, Dinner at 6:45 pm, and Awards Program at 7:45 pm. Contact Jim Vruggink at email@example.com or 765-427-3303 with questions or to obtain tickets.
This 29th annual golf outing will be held Monday, May 18, 2015, with a 10:00 AM shotgun start. It will be held at the Jamaica Run Golf Club, 8781 Jamaica Road, Germantown, Ohio 45327. Former IU assistant coach and IFHOF inductee Jay Fry serves as the chairman of the event. Foursomes may register using the registration form attached below and mail to Jay Fry, IFHOF, PO Box 40, Richmond, IN, 47375, along with the registration fee. Questions may be directed to the IFHOF at 765-966-2235. We hope you will join us for a fun-filled day!
The Indiana Football Hall of Fame was honored to have the following candidates inducted Sunday, May 3, 2015, at the Avalon Banquet Center in Merrillville: Former players Bobby Brooks, Dennis Gutowski, Pat Malackowski, John "Jay" Mathias, Tim Seneff, Tom VanDenburgh, and Todd Van Keppel; and Merit candidate, Richard Boer, a long-time official. Individual biographies and photos will appear under the inductee tab in the near future.
The IFCA has partnered with the Indiana Blood Center and the Indianapolis Colts to create an opportunity for a community service project in July for football programs across the state. The Leadership Guide for this project can be viewed by clicking on "attachments" below.
NEW FOOTBALL OFFICIALS CLASS sponsored by the Indiana Officials Association, Inc: 2015 dates are Wednesdays May 27 through July 8. This program is for individuals interested in officiating youth and high school football. Please see the attachment below for more information and a registration form.
USA Football Equipment Grant
Youth, middle school and high school football programs may apply now through for football equipment grants from USA Football, the sport’s national governing body.
Based on need, merit and a program’s commitment to coaching education and best practices, USA Football will award more than $1 million in grants this summer.
Recipient programs redeem USA Football grant funds through Riddell, the official helmet and protective equipment partner of USA Football. Grants range from $500 to $1,500 for youth organizations and from $1,000 to $2,500 for high school programs, offering new equipment, uniforms, equipment reconditioning and flag football equipment to advance the fun and benefits of the sport.
Youth leagues that are 501 (c) (3) compliant and schools may submit applications by 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, May 31, at http://www2.usafootball.com/grants. Applications must be submitted online. USA Football's equipment grant program is made possible through the NFL Foundation.
The 48th annual IFCA North-South All-Star Game will be played in Indianapolis, Friday, July 17, 2015. The IFCA is pleased to announce that the game will be sponsored by Community Chrysler in Martinsville and offers a huge thanks to GM John Anderson for his support of the All-Star game. Teams and coaches have been selected. For more information, click on the IFCA icon above to go to the IFCA website.
BIG TEN CAMP OPPORTUNITIES: Click on the attachments below for information regarding the University of Iowa and the University of Michigan camp opportunities being held in the Indianapolis area this summer.
Be sure to visit the Indiana Football Hall of Fame display cases located in Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts. Display items are changed throughout the football season. The Hall of Fame is extremely appreciative of the opportunity to share historical football archives with the many thousands of visitors to Lucas Oil Stadium. GO COLTS!
Click on attachments for photos of the cases.