Alcohol & Drug Responsibility Week 2011

Alcohol & Drug Responsibility Week is designed to increase students' awareness of the potential consequences of substance abuse and to encourage healthy choices regarding the use of alcohol and other drugs. Various Penn College offices work with community agencies to provide events and programs that educate and enlighten.

Monday, September 12- Friday, September 16

Awareness Tables

Campus Center, Advanced Technology and Health Sciences Center, Lifelong Education Center, and Dauphin Hall Lobbies

Free informative health promotion materials will be available throughout the week.

Monday, September 12

10 Seconds Can Change Your Life Forever!

8:30 p.m.
Campus Center, Penn's Inn

Discover the power of one decision. Each life choice made impacts our future. We construct our life's foundation; one brick; one decision; 10 seconds at a time. This presentation provides insight into responsible decision making. The better prepared our foundation is, the greater our chance is for success, significance and fulfillment.

Wednesday, September 14

Golf Cart Beer Run & DUI Trailer

11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Professional Development Center, Lawn

Think you know the effect alcohol consumption has on driving functions? Test yourself by driving a golf cart, donated by the White Deer Golf Course, through an obstacle course while wearing vision-impairing “drunk goggles.” Penn College Police will be on hand to demonstrate field-sobriety tests. 

Thursday, September 15

Golf Cart Beer Run & DUI Trailer

11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Professional Development Center, Lawn

Friday, September 16

Late Night with the Wildcat Events Board (WEB)

9 p.m.-midnight
Campus Center, CC Commons

Join WEB for their first Late Night of the semester. There will be free pizza, games, bingo with cash prizes and even water pong! Spend your Friday night with WEB and you won't be sorry!

 

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