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KFI exists to provide growth, knowledge, connection, and support to adoptees and their families, to the the Korean American community, and to all others interested in Korean culture.Learn more at http://koreanfocusindiana.com/
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It feels like fall! So come join us at our social event at Andersson Orchard in Mooresville. Saturday, September 20, 2014 3 - 5 PM Meet by the playground area upon arrival!
Don't forget! KFI is organizing an apple picking event at an orchard on the afternoon/early evening of September 20! More details soon but plan on joining us!
Do we have anyone interested in us with our website? It would involve updating our website as needed (which is a few times per year). Please message us if you can volunteer for this role!
What a fun day at Korean Presbyterian Church in Carmel today where we had yet another wonderful Camp Kajok! Thank you for coming; stay tuned for the save-the-date notice for next summer!
Have you registered for Camp Kajok yet?!! Don't delay!
Camp Kajok will feature fan dancing and traditional drumming performances in addition to a tae-kwon-do demonstration! And of course morning classes which include a tea ceremony, decorating a Korean fan, calligraphy, and cooking! Registration form will be out later this week!
Korean Focus-Indiana friends! Camp Kajok is a month and 8 days away, but who's counting!? We apologize that the registration form is not available quite yet, but look for it next week. Comment below if you're planning on attending--we can't wait to see old friends and meet some new ones!
What a beautiful day we enjoyed today! It was great to see some of our friends today at Eagle Creek Park at our annual spring picnic. Remember, next up is Camp Kajok on Saturday, July 19. Look for registration details soon!
Parents of 5th to 12th graders! We are pleased to share information on a new camp for teen Korean adoptees! Facilitated by the National Association of Korean Schools MidSouth Chapter and the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea (Chicago), this overnight camp is July 9 to Saturday, July 12, 2014 at Camp Lebanon Retreat Center in Oregonia, Ohio. Teens from Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and beyond are welcome! The camp name is Woori (우리) which means "we". See the poster linked in the comments for more information. 2014 Korean Culture and Vision Camp for IN, OH, KY When: Teen Camp: Wednesday, July 9 to Saturday July 12, 2014 Family One Day camp: Saturday 12, 2014 10:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Where: Camp Lebanon Retreat Center http://www.collidecamps.com/ 4464 Emmons Road, Oregonia, OH 45054 Who: Teen Camp: 6th Grade to 11th Grade (present grades) Family One-Day Camp: Age 5 and up with Parent(s) Theme: Teen Camp: Success for Teen and Korean culture Family One Day Camp: 함께 "together" Special guests: Korean Musician, Dancer, and Adoption Social Worker. Teen Camp Fee: $120 for first child $90 for second student from the same family $50 for third child from the same family Family One-Day Camp: $40 for first child plus one parent $10 for additional person 1. Registration documents Please open application form. (in comments below) Complete application. Have medical form completed by health professional. Write personal essay (double-spaced, 1-2 pages, Times New Roman, font size 12. Introduce yourself and also include information regarding school activities and awards, motivation/purpose to attend camp, dreams/hopes) Sign up to be a parent volunteer. Registration due May 31. 2. Electronically submit application form, personal essay, reference letter, health exam, volunteer sign-up sheet to InSook Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Tara VanderWoude (email@example.com) 3. Submit camp fee by mail to NAKS-MS Treasurer, Mrs. Sookie Kim (8721 Key Harbor Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana 46236) Any submitted hard copy documents will not be returned. Please contact InSook Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
It's our annual KFI Spring Picnic! Saturday, May 31 at Eagle Creek Park. Shelter A has been reserved for our group. Please remember it is $5 to enter this park if you are a Marion County resident. $6 for out-of-county. Arrive as early as 10:30 AM or 11:00AM, and we will plan on eating around noon. KFI will again provide all meat, paper products, and beverages. Families with last names beginning with A through M, please bring a side dish to share. Last names N through Z, please bring a dessert to share. Feel free to bring balls and other lawn toys! Please RSVP by commenting below or sending us a private message. This will help us greatly in planning for meat. We are really looking forward to seeing all of you again! These gatherings can be so helpful both for us as parents but more importantly for our kids!
Parents of 7th to 12th graders! An overnight camp for Korean adoptees is being planned for the week of July 7 in Ohio. This camp, similar to other adoptee camps, will focus on Korean culture and adoptee/racial identity. We will get you more information just as soon as we have it!
Happy spring! Our KFI spring picnic is coming up! May 31st! More details soon!