The current opiate drug epidemic is affecting students and families of all races, ethnic groups, ages, and income levels, including those from affluent families. Children and teens are increasingly coming into contact with or being exposed to illegal drugs. Please join us in a discussion about this critical issue about the current opiate and heroin crisis in our community. This event is for parents of students of all ages, elementary through high school. This event is for adults. Captain Joseph Stalker, Hooksett Fire Department, and Lieutenant Janet Bouchard, Hooksett Police Department, will be there to discuss the current opioid issue in New Hampshire. Please join them at Hooksett Memorial School on January 23, 2017, starting at 6:30PM. The event is expected to last 60-90 minutes. Childcare will be available thanks to Cawley’s Builder’s Club student volunteers. Click here for the flyer.