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2015 "TEENS AND ALCOHOL" Poster Project

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2015 "TEENS AND ALCOHOL" Poster Project
Community Mobilization Prince Albert and the Prince Albert Police Service

Community Mobilization Prince Albert and the Prince Albert Police Service have teamed up with many local businesses, community programs and local high schools for two community projects. The first is a “Teens and Alcohol” Poster Project. The purpose of this challenge is to engage youth from Prince Albert in an awareness campaign focusing on youth and alcohol.  It is an opportunity for students to creatively produce a poster with an impactful message addressing youth and alcohol. The campaign is designed for students and is an opportunity for their voices to be heard and to educate their peers. Students are asked to take photographs of staged circumstances that depict situations showing the negative effects of alcohol use among teens. Attached to the picture would be a message from the student communicating the dangers in the photo as it relates to alcohol; a slogan.  

This project is an extracurricular activity that individuals or groups would work on during their free time. It is not designed to intrude upon class time. The submissions are due on May 4, 2015. Local donations for educational, sport or fine art bursaries will be given to the top three posters. All posters that fit the criteria will be printed into 12”x18” posters to be displayed in schools, businesses and throughout the community to promote awareness. Organizers are hoping to have the posters on display by May 20th.
This project also includes a 2nd part designed to address impaired driving. All participating schools have been provided materials to complete a “Don’t Drink and Drive” (4’x8’) sign. These signs will be placed in the community on May 11th, 2015. The organizers are currently working with many partners including SGI to create the most value possible within the community and area. 

The organizers would like to sincerely thank the following for their participation; Home Hardware Prince Albert, Carlton Comprehensive Public High School, Wesmor Public High School, Prince Albert Collegiate Institute, St Mary High School, all participating teachers and principals, SGI, Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming, PA Fastprint, Prince Albert Police Association, Community Mobilization Prince Albert, MADD Prince Albert, Prince Albert Police Service,  COR, The City of Prince Albert, and most of all, the teens that participated to make a difference in our community and area.


Sergeant Troy Dumont
tdumont@papolice.ca


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