This article first appeared in the Journal Review on Feb. 8, 2018
Crawfordsville graduate Matt McCarty is still rewriting the basketball record book some 14 years after graduation.
McCarty a 1994 Crawfordsville graduate, and now a member of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department, was one of the top basketball players to ever wear a gold and blue jersey. He still holds the school record for things like most points in a game (...
A year after celebrating Indiana’s bicentennial, Harvest Hoopla returns this weekend to spotlight Montgomery County’s heritage.
Local non-profit organizations, businesses and vendors will set up from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in Pike Place, in conjunction with the Crawfordsville Farmers’ Market. The event is sponsored by the market, Crawfordsville Main Street and Hoosier Heartland State Bank.
To celebrate their 25th Anniversary, The Montgomery County Community Foundation is hosting a Volunteer Fair on Nov. 5 at the Crawfordsville High School from 8–10:30 a.m.
This Volunteer Fair is open to all non-profit organizations in Crawfordsville to showcase their organization. If you are looking for an opportunity to volunteer some of your time to help a worthwhile organization and you have an interest in basketball and its h...
Each year The Basketball Heritage Project, Inc. presents a basketball scholarship to at least one boy and one girl to attend a summer camp to improve their basketball skills.
This can only be accomplished by the donations we receive from people who have an interest in the improvement of the skills in our young athletes that can be used to help improve the teams of the three high schools in Montgomery County. We will be giving s...
The Chamber of Commerce of Crawfordsville and Montgomery County has compiled information to be put in a time capsule that will be opened 100 years from now. They asked the Basketball Heritage Project, Inc. to submit information about our organization to be included in the capsule. Below is what we submitted: