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Hudson: Venture Crew 21 to hold open house

Hudson – Do you like adventure, the outdoors, and experiencing new skills? If so, come to the Venture Crew open house Monday, Sept. 15, from 6:30-8 p.m., at Hudson Metrowest Boys & Girls Club, 21 Church St.

 

Venture Crew is a co-ed outdoor adventure group for youths ages 14-21 years old. Under the direction of Boy Scouts of America, Venturing provides the skills needed for young adults to make ethical choices, experience a fun program full of adventure and challenges, acquire leadership skills, and to take advantage of opportunities to advance their skills and knowledge in the areas of high adventure, sports, arts, hobbies, and religious life.

 

Venture Crew 21 meets every other week on Mondays, from 6:30-8 p.m.,?at the Hudson Boys & Girls Club, and communicates regularly via email. Frequent attendance is not mandatory.

 

If unable to attend the open house, call Joan Wordell at 508-283-0412 or email joaniebee1@aol.com. Information about the Venture Crew program or Scouting is available on the BSA Knoxtrail website at www.ktc-bsa.org.

 

 

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