The Worthington Presbyterian Church Celebration of Sound Concert Series will continue at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 9, in the church sanctuary, 773 High St.

The Worthington Presbyterian Church Celebration of Sound Concert Series will continue at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 9, in the church sanctuary, 773 High St.

The Standard Time Jazz Quintet will perform works by Horace Silver, Thelonious Monk, David Brubeck and other jazz greats.

This is a freewill offering event. A reception will follow in Fellowship Hall.

The Central Ohio Diabetes Association has scheduled the 2010 Len Immke Memorial Swing for Diabetes for Monday, May 24, at the Pinnacle Golf Course in Grove City.

The tournament includes 18 holes of golf, the use of a cart and driving range, gifts, prizes and free beverages on the course. The $325 fee also includes lunch and an awards reception.

Registration will begin at 10 a.m., followed by the opening of the driving range and a putting contest. A shotgun start will be at noon, and an awards ceremony will follow the tournament. Call CODA at (614) 884-4400 for more information and to register.

The Jewish Community Center will offer camp programs at four locations this summer, for children ages 2 and older, up to 22-year-old adults with special needs.

Camps will run from June 14 through Aug. 6 at the JCC of Greater Columbus, 1125 College Ave.; JCC North Preschool, 1985 Swansford Drive; Northeast JCC, 50 E. Granville Road; and Hoover Family Park, 4290 E. Walnut St.

Camps will include Hebrew enrichment and Israeli culture, as well as a wide variety of activities such as swimming, boating, high ropes climbing, singing, dance, drama, yoga and arts and crafts.

For more information, visit http://summercamps.columbusjcc.org.

Four arctic foxes settled into their new home in the Polar Frontier at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium last week.

The Polar Frontier, scheduled to open May 6, also is home to the zoo's new polar bears.

Two foxes, 2-year-old brother and sister Ice and Anana, came from the Detroit Zoo. One-year-old brothers Cassius and Brutus came from the Niabi Zoo in Coal Valley, Ill.