The Wilton League of Women Voters Invites You. . .
It Starts in Your Medicine Cabinet: Protecting Our Families from the Opioid/Heroin Epidemic
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
7pm to 8:30 pm
Wilton High School Little Theater
The panel discussion begins at 7 pm, however, a resource fair will begin at 6:30 pm before the program, and resume at 8:30 pm after the program. Students in Grades 7 and up are encouraged to attend. Dr. John Douglas, clinical director of Silver Hill Hospital's Outpatient Addiction Program will lead the panel discussion. Also participating will be the Wilton Police Department, Wilton Public Schools, Causeway Collaborative and two adults in recovery. The moderator for the evening will be Karen Birck of the Wilton League of Women Voters. This program is co-sponsored by Human Services Council, Wilton League of Women Voters, Silver Hill Hospital, Wilton Interfaith Clergy Association, Wilton Public Schools, Wilton Social and Youth Services, and Wilton Youth Council.
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For further information: http://www.sots.ct.gov/sots/lib/sots/releases/2014/2.18.14_merrill_and_malloy_launch_online_voter_registration_for_ct.pd
REEL MONDAYS . . .
Reel Mondays are back! Or in this case, Reel Sunday. SAVE the DATE! Reel Sunday, featuring the film Suffragette, is coming Sunday afternoon, May 15th from 3-5:30 pm at the Wilton Library. Watch for more details closer to the date. Photo: Wilton League of Women Voters Amy Harris, Carole Kleinfeld-Young joinLWVCT President Cheryl Dunson, & Dr. Tara T. Troyat the 44th International Symposium at Sacred Heart University. Photo: Voter registration drive at Wilton High School. Wilton League of Women voters using the 93rd birthdayof the 19th Amendment to highlight voter outreach. Photo Credit: Young-Kleinfeld How do you depict the suffrage movement with a Lady Gaga influence???? Click below to see....... P hoto: League with cast of The Capitol Steps
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The League of Women Voters of Wilton
P.O. Box 71
Wilton CT 06897
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