Renton Composite Squadron to host open house Feb. 5

Learn about the available opportunities in the cadet program, which is open to those aged 12 to 20.

The of the United States Air Force Civil Air Patrol is hosting an open house from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, Feb. 5. Meetings are held at 790 W. Perimeter Road.

During the open house, presentations will show the opportunities with the cadet program, which is open to those aged 12 to 20.

Parents and youth interested in learning how the program helps develop leadership skills, provide aerospace education and support local communities contact bradley.berger@wawg.cap.gov.

For more information visit www.rentonsquadron.org.

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