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Pride Collective open house to consider restarting social and support group for high schoolers

The Dec. 11 event will gauge interest in restarting the group for LGBTQIA high schoolers.

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A banner at the Pride Collective and Community Center in Fargo. Forum file photo
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FARGO — The Pride Collective and Community Center will host an open house next month to gauge interest in restarting a social and support group for LGBTQIA high schoolers.

The weekly group, which PCCCC previously called Kaleidoscope, would be led by a small council.

Anyone interested in attending the weekly group is asked to attend the open house, scheduled noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, at PCCC, 1105 First Ave. S., Fargo.

For more information or to keep up with upcoming events, visit the Pride Collective's Facebook page.

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