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"Why do people fall victim to opioids?"
Join us for a 40 minute video to hear personal stories about opioid addiction from cheerleaders to gang members and many in between. Discussion and questions will be facilitated by experts. Food will be provided - High School Library. RSVP to Jodi Aiken @ firstname.lastname@example.org
OH21 Red Ribbon Week 2017!
You may have seen the traffic signals hanging in the hallways and on the doors. Stop the RED; be Cautious of the YELLOW; and GO GREEN! We want our students to be safe while driving. Impact Teen Driving presented a Distracted Driving seminar to the assembled student body. The program brought awareness of the dangers of distracted driving.
The theme 'I am the KEY' empowered students write/discuss on a daily prompt which begins 'I am the KEY'. Each student received a red wrist band to remind them (and their parents) to discuss the topic for the day. Individual grade-level assemblies encouraged the students to 'Let's Stick Together'.
Young women and adults learn SELF DEFENSE
On October 15, young women ages 15-18, along with two teachers and a number of village moms learned how to fight off an attacker. This free self-defense course, sponsored by KOGS (Keeping Our Girls Safe), taught participants basic self-defense including how to be aware of our surroundings, stay alert (and not distracted while walking alone), be assertive with potential attackers, and strike an aggressor. The class covered the legal aspects of self-defense and gave the participants valuable hands-on practice and confidence. Thanks to Lynda Kuehn, OH21 Secretary, for coordinating the event.
OH21 is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization - Donations may be sent to "Treasurer, OH21" 2532 Evergreen Road Ottawa Hills, OH 43606