Ameriana Bank will donate $5 to Westfield’s Youth Assistance Program on behalf of each person who attends its fourth annual Fall Festival from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 13, up to the first 400 people.
The family-focused afternoon is free of charge and will feature a bounce house and obstacle course; free passes to Stuckey Farm’s Corn Maze; airbrush tattoos; free hotdogs and drinks; a chili cook-off; and other children’s activities. In addition, Westfield fire and police dept.’s will have a fire truck and police car on display.
In 2011, more than 300 attendees raised more than $1,500 for YAP. Westfield’s YAP provides free, confidential, family-centered case management and referral services to help youth in need, ages 3 to 17, and their families, before they become part of the juvenile and criminal justice system.
For more information, speak with an Ameriana associate at 867-7740.