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RUFF to hold membership drive for Madison boys

MADISON – The RUFF organization (Ready yoUrself for the Future) will host a membership drive and information meeting on Nov. 26.

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Any student families who are interested in RUFF can attend the meeting at Discovery Middle School from 6 to 7 p.m. RUFF membership is open to boys in grades 5-12 who attend Madison City Schools.

RUFF engenders leadership and lends support to boys with character-building activities and help from positive male role models. After organizing at Heritage Elementary School, RUFF groups have expanded across town.

For more information, email to agraham@madisoncity.k12.al.us or visit ruffleadership.webs.com or Facebook/Ready yourself For the Future.

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