2017-11-08 / Local News

‘Fighting for a Drug Free Community’ program offered

Free chili supper at Shiloh UMC
Comet staff report

A free drug awareness program, “Fighting for a Drug Free Community,” will be presented at Shiloh United Methodist Church Nov. 12 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The church is located at 5741 W. CR100 N., Kokomo.

Howard County Coroner Steve Seele and parent Dustin Noonkester of Brady’s Hope, will share information to recognize potential drug abuse including prescription and over the counter drugs, information and resources to make a choice of a drug free life and resources for the battle to defeat drug abuse. Community members are encouraged to attend.

Youth and adults will have the opportunity to attend separate break-out sessions for questions and answers. Contact Joanne Lytton at (765) 432-9381 or Shiloh UMC at (765) 457-3140 for information.

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