On Thursday, May 27 the final South County Action Team meeting was held by the Prevention Council of Roanoke County at Hidden Valley Middle School.
Updates from Hidden Valley Middle School updates include:
-Prevention Club students would be attending C.O.P.S. Camp.
-There are a lot of 6th and 7th-graders interested in getting involved in the Prevention Club.
-Letters to the graduating seniors were delivered from the 6th-graders and many students received thank you notes from the seniors.
Updates from Cave Spring High School include:
-A successful safe prom was held. In previous years, Cave Spring High School had had the most amount of deaths in years during prom season but this year no one got in trouble for underage drinking and there weren’t any accidents. Target patrols were facilitated by the Prevention Club to increase the amount of Officers on the road.
-Prior to prom, letters approved by the Roanoke County School Board Superintendent Dr. Lorraine Lange and the Roanoke County Deputy Chief addressing underage drinking and prevention thereafter, as well as consequences for those actions were sent to all senior parents valley wide.
The Prevention Council of Roanoke County also has tickets for sale for the Pitch for Prevention Event. Tickets are only $6 if bought by throught the Prevention Council.
Information is below:
Help us hit a “home run” in the healthy development of our youth.
Join us June 16th at 7:05 p.m. at the Salem Red Sox Ball Field.
The Prevention Council of Roanoke County has joined forces with the Salem Red Sox to celebrate the work that is being done in our community to protect our families. Join us in the celebration!
Tickets at available now for only $6 per seat.
Contact email@example.com or call 540-772-4341 to get your tickets today. All proceeds from the ticket sales will go to support youth programs provided by the Prevention Council of Roanoke County.
Visit www.pc4y.org for more information.