Assalamu-alaikum parents, youth, and special guests,

It has been a rather mild Winter season around the Lafayette-West Lafayette area thus far alhamdulillah. We hope our families have had enjoyable vacations as the local schools were out-of-session. As our youth have been away on vacation (or relaxing aimlessly on the couch channel-surfing), our mentors have been hard at work re-tooling the youth group blog and working on this semester’s activities. As students slowly get back to the usual grind of homework, exams, and projects, we thought it was a good time to finally unveil our Spring 2012 Program.

Our registration drive for the Spring 2012 semester has officially begun! What activities do we have planned for our young men and mini-men this semester? Please click the links below to find out:

For youth ages 5-7 years old, we are pleased to unveil –

For youth ages 8-18, please feast your eyes on the following –

The program looks awesome but how do I register my child(ren), you may be wondering? Please fill out the appropriate registration form below and submit it along with the registration fee (by January 20) to Br. Haroon Mohammad.

For youth ages 5-7, please fill out the following form: ISGL Junior Youth Group Registration Form_Spring 2012

For youth ages 8-18, please fill out the following form: ISGL Youth Group Registration Form_Spring 2012

Parents, please join us for a meeting with the ISGL Youth Group mentors on Friday, January 20, 2012 starting at 6:30 PM in the ISGL (masjid). We will be introducing our new youth mentors (Br. Ihsan Sarfraz and Br. Fahad Shahab), discuss the exciting activities planned for this semester for your children, explain our updated rules/discipline system, and answer questions you may have for us. After Isha prayer (7:30 PM), the youth will enjoy their first activity and youth group educational lesson of the semester.

Please take note that the registration deadline for the Spring 2012 Program is Friday, January 20, 2012.

If your family has any questions, please contact either Br. Salah Issa ( or Br. Haroon Mohammad (