“Marijuana in the New Millennium” Coming to Woodland High School Library
March 7, 2016

On March 30, Woodland High School will host “Marijuana in the New Millennium,” an educational workshop and community discussion focusing on the concerns and risks of marijuana use and its impact on the health and wellness of youth and communities. Topics will also include the latest information about new marijuana products, trends, and issues. The event will be held in the Woodland High School library from 6:00pm-7:30pm. There is no charge to attend, and light refreshments will be provided.

The “Marijuana in the New Millennium” discussion will be presented by Healthy Acadia, a community health organization serving Washington and Hancock counties. The event is sponsored by the Woodland Recreation Department and Woodland High School, and is the second of three sessions of Healthy Acadia’s, “Dimensions of Prevention” substance misuse prevention discussion series to be offered at the Woodland High School library. On April 6, “Parents Who Host Lose the Most” will engage parents and community members in a candid discussion about the health and safety risks, as well as legal consequences, of serving alcohol to teens.

For more information about, “Marijuana in the New Millennium” or the “Dimensions of Prevention” series, or to host one or more sessions in your community, contact Jenny Robish at (207) 255-3741 or jenny@healthyacadia.org.