Wood County Prevention Coalition

Uniting For A Drug-Free Community Since 2004

WCPC Newsletter for January 11, 2016 Volume #2 issue #1

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Coalition Elections and Sector Leader Vacancy

While 2016 maybe a presidential election year, it is also almost time to elect officers for the coalition. The nomination period is now open and there will be an election of a president, a vice-president, and a secretary. Currently the president is Tim Atkins, Wood County Prosecutor’s Office, Chief Assistant, Juvenile Division , our vice-president is Bowling Green Police Chief Tony Hetrick, and our secretary is Assistant Director of the Wood County ADAMHS Board, Lorrie Lewandoski. Any coalition member can make a nomination by emailing mkarna@wcesc.org.

Also, the is a sector leader vacancy available in the media sector. Do you know a member of the media that has a passion for substance abuse issues amongst youth and would be a good representative to be a leader in the coalition? If so, please send your suggestions to kclark@wcesc.org.

About Us

Our Vision: Helping youth be drug-free, productive and responsible citizens.

Our Mission: We are a coalition of compassionate community members working together to coordinate high quality programs for the prevention of youth substance abuse in Wood County.

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Wood County Prevention Coalition Meeting

Friday, Jan. 29th, 8:30am

1867 Research Drive

Bowling Green, OH

Our first coalition meeting of 2016 is set to take place on Friday, January 29th 2016 in the Wood County Educational Service Center in Bowling Green, OH at 8:30 AM. Another fantastic program is shaping up and the first 75 attendees will receive a Stay in the Game, Buckle Up poster of Ohio State Head Football Coach Urban Meyer. Save the date, please share on your social media pages and we hope to see you there at the meeting in the New Year!

RSVPs are enabled for this event.