One life at a time…


RSVP for “Celebrate Successes” event by April 29

America’s drug czar will help Operation UNITE recognize and “Celebrate Successes in Prevention and Education” throughout southern and eastern Kentucky at a luncheon on Tuesday, May 5. The event is free, but because lunch will be served an RSVP is requested by Wednesday, April 29, to Cheryl Keaton at ckeaton@centertech.com.
For more details click here.


Camp UNITE applications now available

Applications for both Campers and Team Leaders/Volunteers are now available for the 9th annual Camp UNITE – a 4-day, 3-night leadership/adventure program for youth entering grades 7-9 – to be held at the University of the Cumberlands Tuesday, July 21 to Friday, July 24.
For more details click here.


Shoot Hoops Not Drugs Camps

SHND-2015-webOperation UNITE will be celebrating the 10th year for Shoot Hoops Not Drugs basketball camps – taught by former University of Kentucky all-star Jeff Sheppard – during the summer of 2015.
For more details about these camps click here.
 


Drug test kit initiative launched


 
The “Give Me A Reason!” drug prevention initiative is a voluntary drug testing program designed as a way for our youth to avoid peer pressure and give them a reason to say “no” to drug use. When confronted with drugs, this initiative will give youth an opportunity to say: “I can’t use drugs, my parents drug test me!”


10th Knox UNITE Fishing Tournament

The 10th Annual Knox County UNITE Fishing Tournament will be held Saturday, May 2, 2015, from Grove Marina on Laurel River Lake.
Click here to download a flyer  pdf_icon_17x17


ACA-pg1_tease  National Guard program puts dropouts on the right track – View CBS News story from October 6, 2014, about the successful ChalleNGe Academy program. The Kentucky National Guard offers a ChalleNGe Academy in Harlan County. Click here