Thursday, November 10, 2005


It's time to deal with the reality of underage drinking and drug use.

Attend this special informational evening regarding local teen drinking and drug use. Understand its cost to our children and community. Discover how your neighborhood can be a part of the solution to protect young people, homes and property.

Date: Thursday, November 17th 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Chapel Hill Public Library (downstairs meeting room)
This event is free and open-to-the-public.

  • Dale Pratt-Wilson, with The Committee for Alcohol & Drug Free Teenagers, will present a compelling 15-minute film depicting today's generation of youth and alcohol issues, how it is different from 20 years ago and what other communities are doing about it.
  • Officer Robin Clark, with the Chapel Hill Police Department's Community Watch Program, will discuss the relationship between alcohol/drug use and incidence of crime and vandalism.
  • Ms. Wanda Boone, with The Partnership for a Drug Free North Carolina's Parent Corp, will talk about the strategy of informal neighborhood parent groups and parent awareness Issues.
  • Mr. Bill Patterson, former Deputy Director of NC Alcohol Law Enforcement and current Senior Program Manager for the Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center, will discuss how communities contribute to the problem of youth access to alcohol, the price we pay for underage drinking and what your neighborhood can do about it.
Questions: 942-3300 OR

The Committee for Alcohol & Drug Free Teenagers of Chapel Hill and Carrboro