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Kristy Bell is a drug counselor. Kristy’s presentation was well received and the Orange Elks would like to thank her for her time!

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The Orange Elks Drug Awareness Program invited her to give her presentations to the Cub Scouts, Brownies, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts of the Orange Elks Lodge Troops 1475 and their parents, Orange Elks members and their families and friends and the students of our four Orange H S’s, Canyon, El Modena, Orange and Villa Park.

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It is estimated that 8,000 people heard Kristy’s message over the three days.

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Kristy’s speaks from the heart and her message about choices and consequences come from her own personal experiences. She indicated that she did make the wrong choices and how it affected her. Her message reaches the level of each of her audiences. She did not tell the kids what to do but she did tell them what would happen to them if they do try drugs. Peer pressure will be the first introduction to drugs, then it will be up to the person to make a choice, Yes or No and then they will be responsible for their choice. She did warn the audience, “Don’t do anything to fit in and saying No is a very good answer”. The use of Alcohol Goggles  showed the audience what impairment can do to an individual.

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