Rocksolid Community Teen Center welcomes the public, past and present board members, staff, volunteers, and families of past and present teens
Rocksolid Community Teen Center is celebrating 20 years of making an impact with youth in our community on Fri., Sept. 9 starting at 4 p.m., with a ribbon cutting at 4:30 p.m. The celebration will be held at Rocksolid Community Teen Center 12919 NE 159th Street in Brush Prairie.
Rocksolid Community Teen Center welcomes the public, past and present board members, staff, volunteers, and families of past and present teens. Bethel Lutheran Church, where Rocksolid has been housed for 20 years, will also be celebrating Rocksolid on Sept. 25, with a special 10 a.m. worship service and coffee hour in celebration. The public is welcome to attend along with Bethel’s congregation.
Rocksolid Community Teen Center, offers a safe place after school for grade 5-12 students in the Battle Ground and Hockinson school districts. The program emphasizes activities that foster healthy relationships, build business and leadership skills, encourage strong homework habits and allow students to thrive. Rocksolid is accepting registrations. Learn more at http://rocksolid-teen.com/
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