Vaping Education Session

Join us on Thursday, April 11, at BMC from 6:00-7:30 as we tackle the important topic of vaping.  
Representatives from the Just Say Something organization will be educating parents and students on various talking points of vaping including: warning signs, nicotine addiction, flavors, pods verses juuls, harmful effects, helpful conversations to have within your family, and more.  We want to have a seat for you! 
Since this presentation is during the dinner hour, we have arranged for boxed lunches to be available for PRE-ORDER from Jason's Deli.  Please use this link to order your boxed meals. 
Parents, you have until 5pm on April 10th to order. 


A bit about the organization:

Just Say Something helps parents do just that. We help remove barriers and excuses that might keep parents from talking with their kids about drug and alcohol abuse.  It compels them to start and maintain important conversations that will lead to healthier choices and stronger bonds. For 35 years our organization has worked hand in hand with youth, parents, and communities to have open, honest, and ongoing conversations about drugs and alcohol.  In this ever-changing world, our team works diligently to provide up-to-date information in our programs and other community outreach.  Our vision is to create thriving communities where all are enlightened and empowered to reach their full potential.
Our presenters will be Just Say Something Volunteers:
   Terry Taylor - Tobacco Education/Prevention Specialist
   Dr. John Sanders - Retired Physician