I’m pleased and excited to announce a potential new summer offering for youth at Holy Family: the Appalachia Service Project (ASP).
ASP is a one week summer service retreat for youth 14-18 years old. We’ll travel to the Appalachian Mountains, meet-up with nearly a hundred other youth, do building project and home repair projects for families who need help (no building experience needed), get to know these families as we work with them on their homes, and live in a nearby school for the week. It’s active, hands on, relational, and an extremely reasonable cost for a week long program.
What do you think? Would you like to come along? (We’ll need a few chaperons, too!)
In order to move forward, a few things need to happen. If you are interested, please plan to attend an information meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 19th, at 7:30 in the Library. At this meeting, we will go over retreat information, answer questions, and determine which week in June or July will work for our group. If you cannot attend this meeting but are interested in the retreat, please email me ASAP: email@example.com.
Again, I’m excited about this possibility for our youth and hope you are, too! I know that some high schools will accepted ASP as fulfillment for school required service hours – if that might persuade those of you on the fence. Hope to see many families out on Dec. 19th at 7:30!