Merrillville — Ross Township seniors get free admission to Pirates Entertainment in tribute to the Merrillville Community School Corporation.
With high school fall sports in full swing and plays and holiday concerts just around the corner, it’s a great time for adults 60 and older to get a Senior Citizen Pass. The card enables senior citizens to participate in school-sponsored performances, concerts, and athletic meets.
Not only will older adults improve their lives with additional affordable recreation, but Merrillville students will also appreciate the extra encouragement as they pursue their passions.
To obtain a free pass, seniors must visit the central office of the school corporation between 8am and 4pm Monday to Friday and bring proof of age and residency. Our central office is located at 6701 Delaware Street, next to Merrillville High School, at 276 E. 68 Place.
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The Senior Citizen Pass does not cover access to non-school-sponsored events such as IHSAA competition finals and performances by the Los Music Theater.
For more information, please visit the Institution’s website at mvsc.k12.in.us or call 219-650-5300.
The Times No. 2 Bulldogs pushed past No. 1 Merrillville at the line of scrimmage for most of the second half of the two-sided Duneland Athletic Conference slate opener at Demurray Stadium on Friday.
The longer the game went on, the closer Valparaiso’s senior defensive lineman Zachary Brown got to LaPorte’s senior quarterback, RJ Anglin.
Hanover Central were unwilling to allow a repeat of last year’s game at Culver Academy when the Eagles landed at Cedar Lake on Friday.
The Red Wolves fell 0-2 with a non-conference loss midway through.
Check out Friday night’s scores and Saturday’s schedule.