LUM Follies - TOMORROW - Seats Still Available
Fine Dining | Silent Auction | Entertainment
Join us tomorrow at  LUM Follies. There will be a lovely dinner with fabulous people ; a Silent Auction filled with unique experiences and priceless items; and local entertainment (also known as the  Follies ) that will bring laughter, fun and sheer joy to the room. LUM Follies Details and Schedule are as follows:

  • TOMORROW (May 3) at 5:30 p.m.
  • St. Andrew United Methodist Church, 4703 N 50 W, West Lafayette, Indiana
  • Price: $50 per person; $400 per table (max. 8) - LIMITED SEATING
  • See below for the Menu, List of Talent, and a sneak peek at the Silent Auction

The best part is that 100% of the proceeds from this event go to the LUM Good Samaritan Fund , an emergency financial assistance program that supports local families. By attending you will be supporting local children & families in crisis.
Make Your LUM Follies   Reservation  Online  at .
LUM Follies - More Details - Menu & Talent
Schedule & Menu

Reception & Silent Auction - 5:30 p.m.
  • Appetizers & punch courtesy of Lafayette Brewing Company
Dinner - 6:30 p.m.
  • Starter - Romaine & Berry Salad
  • Main Course
  • Tasty Tenderloin of Beef with Potatoes Perfection or
  • Vegetarian Lasagna
  • Simple Green Beans and
  • Yeast Rolls with Cinnamon Butter courtesy of Texas Roadhouse - Lafayette
  • Dessert - Chocolate Chocolate Pie
  • Plus - Coffee, tea & lemonade
Follies - Live Stage Show - 7:30 p.m.
Live Talent

  • Blue Moon Rising (music)
  • Mark Buche & Kelly Jacobs (music)
  • Chip & the Old Block with Jim & Aaron Brehm (comedy)
  • His In Song with Ellen Wilson & Gail Polles (music)
  • Mike Johnson (comedy)
  • Sheila Klinker & Eileen Weiss (music)
  • Fred Koning (music)
  • Deborah Kull & Stephen Sekoulopoulos (Latin dance)
  • Charity Rankin (music)
  • Tricia Sembroski (dance)
  • Scott Vollmer (comedy)
The   LUM Good Samaritan Fund   is an emergency financial assistance program which provides our community’s neediest families and children with a strong and reliable safety net. Help is offered for utility bills, rent, and prescription medications. In  2018 , financial assistance was provided  1,780 times , and  $109,784  was shared.
Thanks to LDS Members - Volunteer Painters
LUM Youth Center Gets New Coat of Paint
Last weekend, the members of the Lafayette Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints volunteered with LUM. The LDS volunteers painted the porch and outside trim of the LUM Ray Ewry Youth Center, home to the LUM After School Program, 5th Quarter Summer Learning Program, LUM Protein Food Pantry and Emergency Shelter. LUM is grateful to have such wonderful support from the LDS members throughout the year.

If you or your group would like to volunteer with LUM, click the button below to find out how to get started.
LUM is Hiring - Security Staff & Summer Teacher
Immediate Openings - $15 per hour
Shelter Security Staff - Part-time - Immediate Openings
The LUM  Emergency Shelter is seeking applications for the Security Staff. The positions are part-time, paid ($15 per hour). More details are as follows:
Hours : Daily – 8 p.m. to midnight or midnight to 7 a.m.
Duties :
  • Maintains safety of guests, volunteers and premises; a team environment modeling mutual respect; and a professional and safe environment
  • Ensures compliance with Shelter Rules
  • Monitors arrival, departure, activity within shelter, activity outside within three blocks of the building
  • Disciplines guests who are noncompliant; refers guests to police when necessary
  • Submits written reports of daily activities and incidents
If interested—please Email, Mail or Drop-off a resume with cover letter to David Heckert, LUM Emergency Shelter Director (  | 420 N 4th Street, Lafayette, IN 47901).
Summer Childcare Teacher - Full-time - Starts May 28
The LUM  5th Quarter Summer Learning Program is seeking applications for a Teacher. The position is full-time, paid ($15 per hour). Teachers are needed from May 28 - August 2, Monday - Friday, daily 8-hour shifts (between 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.). Bachelor's degree in Education is required, and duties include supervising and teaching children, pre-Kindergarten through 6th Grade (enrollment is 40-60). Qualified candidates should Email, Mail or Drop-off a resume with cover letter including a teaching philosophy to the LUM Youth Programs director, Kristi Hogue (765-423-2691 | ).