Drug Prevention Poster Winner

Kamryn Butler, student of Field Middle School, won 1st place in the Project Alert drug prevention poster contest this past spring. Project Alerts is a program designated to motivate pre-adolescents against drug use, teach pre-adolescents the skills and strategies needed to resist pro-drug pressures, and establish nondrug-using norms. The 11-session program offered to Portage County schools is taught by prevention specialists from Townhall II and funded by the Mental Health & Recovery Board of Portage County.

The contest was sponsored by Susan White, Randolph Township Trustee. Kamryn received a $50 gift card to WalMart. The runner up winners Waterloo students Saleen Petit and Greer Garwick; Stanton (Kent) Middle School students Justin Dunfee and Logan Nickerson; and James A. Garfield students Ella Brann and Emma Lunardi each received a $25 gift card for WalMart.

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The Mental Health & Recovery Board of Portage County funds services for Portage County residents through its network of agencies. Services help families, adults, teens and children with mental illness, depression, addictions, in crisis and at risk for suicide.


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