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WHO ARE WE: Janus provides individuals with disabilities the opportunity to participate and contribute within the community. We are recognized as the partner of choice for individuals with disabilities, their families and the community. Our clients are defined by their abilities and Janus offers opportunities for education, employment training, independent living and information to individuals and their families. Our activities promote the confidence and choice that will result in a sense of achievement. OUR VISION Janus will be the recognized partner of choice for individuals with disabilities, their families and their community. Our consumers will be defined by their abilities. Janus will offer opportunities for education, employment training, independent living services and information to individuals and their families. Janus activities will promote the confidence and choice that will result in a sense of achievement. OPENING THE DOOR TO A WORLD OF POSSIBILITIES
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"Representing the Indianapolis Colts"

The Fan Club for the Indianapolis Colts (Blue Crew) started circa 1993-94 when the Indianapolis Colts were not the hottest game in town. Back when Reggie Miller was scoring 8 points in 9 seconds while trying to defeat the evil New York Knicks in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Colts were merely something to do on a Sunday when the Pacers weren’t playing. Still a few fans would show up across the street in the South Lot, (current location of LOS) and mostly take grief from the opposing team fans. You see there often were more fans of the opposing teams at that time. Fans of the Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, or Dallas Cowboys would gear up and head down from Carmel to the RCA dome to watch their “favorite” teams. The small but determined Colts fans would sit in the parking lot and maybe take up the whole first row (10 spots) in the lot. You could throw a football and not much worry about hitting anyone. Then one day in 1995 Jim Harbaugh threw a Hail Mary touchdown pass to Aaron Bailey, (which to this day I say he caught). The Colts had missed going to SB XXX by one play.

Soon the bandwagon started to get bigger. More people started showing up before games to “tailgate” . So finally the “Blue Crew” fan club was born. The name Blue Crew actually came from a Kansas City fan, who announced to some Colts fans who had attended a game at Arrowhead Stadium, that “You played a great game today Blue Crew” and the name just stuck. The South Lot continued to grow with Blue Crew people and soon we outnumbered the other fans. Peyton would arrive in 1998 and again, the bandwagon continued to grow. In 2005 ground was broken on the new Stadium, causing the Blue Crew to move down the street to the lot at South & Pennsylvania. The Colts, with Peyton and the Blue Crew continued to grow and in 2007 Colts became Super Bowl XLI Champions. The Blue Crew has continued to grow and is considered one of the premier fan clubs of the NFL The Blue Crew has the distinction of having their own tailgating lot which is now located at Touchdown Town on the North side of Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis.

On Colts game days, you’ll find parking lots around Lucas Oil Stadium full of tailgaters, many of whom belong to the Blue Crew fan club. “I remember when the Blue Crew was six people and a beat-up old camper,” said Cahn, “Now it’s one of the great tailgating clubs of the country.” 

Joe Cahn

Commissioner of Tailgating

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Community Engagement:

12/15/21- Garfield Park Conservatory (Indy Blue Crew Santa) -Santa provided presents to kids

9/25/21- Circle City Classic Parade

6/14/21- Village of Merici Golf Tournament - Provides adult housing for the disabled

5/8/21- Indy 500 Mini Marathon Water Station

12/23/20- Blue Crew Santa visit with Rehab/Nursing Home Facilities

12/23/20- Blue Crew Santa Social Distanced Neighborhood Visits

12/18/20- Indianapolis Colts Community Parades with Blue Crew Santa (Greenwood/Westfield)

11/8/20- Non-Profit Girls Night in Gala

10/25/20- Castleton United Methodist Church Parade

5/11/20- Support of Front-Line Workers

4/4/20- Pledge for Social Distancing Drive

5/5/19- Indy 500 Mini Marathon Water Station

10/12/19- Walk to End Alzheimer's

9/28/19- Circle City Classic Parade

12/22/18- Kriskindlemart in Carmel with kids

11/8/18- Indianapolis Veterans Day Parade Fundraisers (Member sponsored vehicle - Firetruck):

1/14/22- Wheeler Mission Needs List for the Homeless (Clothing, Hygiene, Grocery and Linens

10/15/21- Wheeler Mission Slock Drive for the Homeless (Socks for the homeless)

8/9/2021- Bob Kravitz ALS Charity Benefit Donation

8/24/20- Bob Kravitz ALS Charity Benefit Donation

2/9/20- Briezy Bunch Gala - Epilepsy Research Donation

12/12/19- Ronald McDonald's House Charities of Central Indiana Donation - Housing for family members of cancer patients

11/1/19- Toy Drop for Ronald McDonald's House - Housing for family members of cancer patients

12/21/18- Shelting Wings Womens Shelter - Battered Women's Shelter

12/18/17- Riley's Children Hospital Donation Experiences (Member sponsored vehicle - Firetruck):

12/22/21- Monon Center in Carmel (Childcare Facility)

10/27/21- Local Preschool (Member sponsored vehicle - Firetruck)

10/11/20- Payton Manning's Children Hospital - Cancer Patient

4/29/20- Tommy Strong Parade - Brain Disease Patient

12/2/19- Provided Disabled Colt Fan access to amenities at a Colts game

11/24/16- Make a Wish for Riley's Children Hospital - Gameday experience


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Indianapolis, IN  46234

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