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5K Silver Comet Trail Hiram

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I noitced a sign hanging up at the Silver Comet Trail about a 5K. Does anyone know when that is, and what is it for?

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Copied from http://www.methpaulding.org/

 

It’s time for the 6th Annual Meth Alliance of Paulding

5k March Against Meth & 5K/10K run!

Friday, June 15th

Silver Comet Trail / Leggett Park Trailhead

Seaboard Avenue - Hiram

 

Registration 5pm

Races 7pm

March 7:15pm

Paws Against Meth Dog Contests 8pm

Registration Form -- Team Registration Form -- Individual Pledges Form

Sponsorship Information -- Sponsorship Form

 

For More Information, Contact Linda Verscharen at 678.202-5777 and/or Email Linda Here

Warning Signs of Meth Use

 

If you suspect that someone you love is using meth, but you're just not convinced, read on. Teenagers are moody individuals and they are as unpredictable as the day is long. Because of that it may be harder to tell with a teen. No matter what their age, there are warning signs to watch for.

 

Read On.....

 

 

MAP / The Meth Alliance of Paulding is a community organization comprised of representatives from all aspects of Paulding County.

 

We have business people, law enforcement, a mayor, a state representative, lawyers, judges, PTA members, and people just like you who are concerned about what methamphetamine is doing to our county, state, and country.

 

The stated purpose of MAP is to organize, lead, support and coordinate citizens and professionals in an effort to end methamphetamine in Paulding County, Georgia through volunteer, community-based prevention programs, treatment programs, advocacy and increased public awareness and education and legislative efforts.

 

75% of users are addicted to methamphetamine the first time they try it.

35% of Georgia teens see little or no risk to trying the drug.

21% of Georgia teens believe there are specific benefits to methamphetamine, such as weight loss.

$1.3 Billion is spent by Georgia taxpayers, each year, due to meth abuse.

 

Don't Let Methamphetamine Ruin Your Life, or the Life of a Loved One!

We're here to inform y

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