Keep Hudson Safe
forum set for Feb. 7
In light of the violent incidents across the nation, many cities and schools are examining and opening a dialogue with their communities about what practices and resources are in place to keep their citizenry safe. A group of concerned Hudson civic leaders have come together to create the "Keep Hudson Safe Initiative." A community forum/discussion hosted by Hudson Community First will be Feb. 7 at 7 p.m. in the Hudson High School media center. It will involve school, Council, safety forces and mental health professionals to provide knowledge of current efforts and to prospect possible additional measures to ensure the safety of our community.
The forum is open to the public. An open discussion will follow the planned presentation. For more information, call Laura at 330-650-0752.
Rock climb to benefit Children's Hospital
A Rock Climb for Hudson school first- through fifth-graders to benefit Akron Children's Hospital will be Feb. 4 at Kendall Cliffs, 60 Kendall Park Drive in Peninsula. Anthony Scolari, diagnosed in 2011 with a brain tumor, is organizing the event with his family to raise funds for Akron Children's Hospital's "Have a Heart, Do Your Part" RadioThon.
The cost is $16 for two hours. Time slots are 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. There are limited spaces available. Register online at www.kendallcliffs.com/forms. Walk-ins may be available but are not guaranteed; the cost on the day of the event is $18. For more information call Kendall Cliffs at 330-655-5489.
Ward 2 forum Jan. 29
The next Hudson Ward 2 Quarterly Open Forum will be Jan. 29 at 7:30 p.m. at the Barlow Community Center. These informal meetings are opportunities for citizens to meet, ask questions and obtain information.