Calendar of Events
Community Read & Wellness Week
During May 50 copies of the book The Happiness Advantage will be circulating around Hudson. Students k-12 will take part in various wellness activities in the school buildings. Residents interested in reading the book, contact Laura Jones at email@example.com.
What every senior needs to know before going to college
Community First with grant support from the Hudson Rotary and working with the Hudson Schools, sponsors this in depth day-long program for seniors. Topics like balancing a checkbook, fire safety on campus, homework anxiety, signing contracts, date rape, homesickness, alcohol and drugs are just a few of the areas addressed by various professionals selected by the school leaders. This is the second year for this successful and informative college readiness program. Last year, over 400 graduating seniors took part. Volunteers needed that day. Contact 330-807-1517 if interested.
The Great Grape Escape
A ladies night out Fall Fundraiser to support the programs and activities of Hudson Community First. Held at Lager & Vine and includes wine tasting, fabulous food, a Chinese raffle and lots of fun!
Presented by Community First's Community of Concern
Join Community First on Wednesday, October 18 at the Hudson Middle School Commons. Doors open at 6 pm to view the room and the presentation begins at 7 pm. Hidden in Plain Sight is a unique traveling exhibit created by the Bath and Copley Township Police Departments in 2011. The display exhibit appears to be the bedroom of the average teenager. But items that are taken for granted as nothing but the usual accessories may actually be signals that the teenager could be involved in risky and even illegal activity including substance abuse, underage drinking, eating disorders, sexual activity and more. Exploration and interaction with the exhibit is encouraged. Adults in attendance will be able to get a up-close look at the items in the room and be shown how they can be used. Participants will be enlightened, educated and astonished by the Bath and Copley Township Police presentation. Don't miss this must see program! For more information contact Laura Gasbarro at 330-807-1517. Please note that this is an adults only presentation.
Take a Second. Make a Difference
Month and Luncheon
During the month of October community members and youth are reminded that a simple act of kindness can make a big difference in a child’s life. Schools and community organizations have programming and activities to promote “Making a Difference”. The Take a Second. Make a Difference Luncheon recognizes community members who have been nominated for Taking a Second and Making a Difference for youth in our community.
Program builds developmental assets in Hudson Youth by providing an evening in which the entire community joins together to address the problem of the over scheduling of youth by cancelling all homework and after school activities. Promoted at a “Family Night” to spend time together.
Career Panel / Intern for a Day
The Career Panel presentations educate students and parents about diverse career opportunities and the Intern for a Day program gives students the opportunity to Intern for a Day with participating businesses.
Holiday Gift Shoppe / Community Craft Fair
The Holiday Gift Shoppe provides the opportunity for young children.…with the help of an older elf… to purchase small gifts for their family. The craft fair provides our community with the chance to purchase unique gifts for the holidays.
Toast to Hudson Fundraiser
Join Community First for an evening to make a Toast to our great community and the people who give their time and efforts to continue to make Hudson a great place to live and raise a family. Proceeds from the event benefit CF and HCF.
Community of Concern / No one starts with heroin
See Something... Say Something.
Hudson Community First wants to remind parents and students that they have the power to help protect our schools and each other. If anyone suspects the schools may be in danger, call the Safe Schools Helpline at 800-4-1-VOICE ext 359.
We are always looking for new volunteers. If you would like to volunteer for the 2018-19 school year, please email Laura Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mayor Basil reading a Proclamation at City Council meeting declaring the week of October 15
See Something, Say Something Week.
9:30 am ALICE Training with Officer Jim Curtin- Ellsworth Media Center (all Hudson Parents invited)
7:00 pm ALICE Training with Officer Jim Curtin- Hudson Middle School Media Center (all Hudson Parents invited)
See Something, Say Something week
Josh Drean speaks about Preventing Bullying at HMS
Varying days during the week in grades 3-12: Students can sign a banner to pledge to Say Something if they See Something.
Take a Second, Make a Difference Luncheon
11:30 at the Country Club of Hudson