"While it's only a poster and a pamphlet, it's the door to other information," says Brian Smith, communications director for WLCB, regarding the two-year-old program.
Kids who begin drinking by age 15, says Mary Segawa, WLCB's alcohol awareness program manager, are more likely to become alcoholics later on.
and the Federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Organization help fund local town hull meetings that discuss how communities, schools and businesses can help curb kids' drinking.
The fun filled event featured music from local radio station 101.5 WLCB
and food provided by R Dogs along with vendors, face painting, henna tattoos, photos, and all sorts of games.