DEXTER, NY — Parents and guardians are invited on Oct. 24 to a free spaghetti dinner followed by a community forum, “It Takes a Village,” to discuss issues such as vaping, technology safety and the opiate crisis.
The dinner will take place 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the General Brown Junior-Senior High School cafeteria and will be followed by a 6:30-8 p.m. panel presentation and discussion.
The presentation and discussion will be appropriate for students in grades 7-12 to attend.
Panelists and topics include:
● Dr. Maja Lundborg-Gray of Samaritan Emergency Medicine: “Vaping 101: The Facts”
● Deputy Carrie Mangino, School Resource Officer: “Tech Safety”
● Anita Seefried-Brown and Ann Marie Crescent of Alliance for Better Communities:
“The Intersection of the Opiate Crisis and Human Trafficking”
The General Brown Central School District, GB Students Against Destructive Decisions and Alliance for Better Communities have partnered for this free event.