Get Outraged Cape Cod

Wednesday, June 12th at 6pm

(We will get you home in time to watch the Bruins' game.)

At Cape Cod Regional Technical High School

Wednesday, June 12th, 6pm

351 Pleasant Lake Avenue

Harwich, MA

Please join our community as we host an evening no-cost dinner conversation with information on the dangers of vaping and other substances for parents and their students in 7th-11th grade on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 6 pm. This is for all families of Cape Cod. The evening will include presentations from Gianna Jimenez, Physician Assistant, and Dan Rodrigues, Duffy Health Center, on the ill effects of these products on students' health. Billy Terranova, Principal of Cape Cod Regional Technical High School, will provide an overview on vaping and the new age of marijuana. Dinner will be served at no charge.

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Evening's Activities:

  • 6:00 pm Free barbeque dinner will be served
  • 6:30 pm Billy Terranova: Presents an overview on vaping and the new age of marijuana
  • 6:45 pm Gianna Jimenez: Presents on the health consequences of vaping.
  • 7:00 pm Dan Rodrigues: Presents on youth use of marijuana and what addiction is (nicotine and drugs).
  • 7:15 Panel Discussion and Q & A and free ice cream sundae bar

Free raffle prizes and door prizes, but you must be present to win!

Parents will be given one free Marijuana Detection Kit

by S2 Threat Detection Technologies.

Parents Need To Know

According to the Massachusetts Department of Health, from a Massachusetts 2017 Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 41.1% of high school students have tried electronic vapor products, and 20.1% currently use these products. It was also reported in the Massachusetts 2017 Youth Health Survey, nearly 10% of middle school students have tried electronic cigarettes. Experts say that number is much higher in 2019.

Please join our community presentation to all families of Cape Cod as we try to inform parents and students about the dangers of these products.

With the legalization of marijuana for adults, the look of marijuana has also evolved. We will present parents with the new dangers of marijuana on adolescents, as well as what these items may look, smell and taste like today.