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Drug Awareness Trailer and "Elroy" the Elk
Thanks to a donation from the Grand Lodge and the dedication of the ELKS of New
Hampshire, the State Association is the proud owner of our own DRUG AWARENESS TRAILER.
This trailer is an 8.5 ft.X 16 ft. (20 ft. including the tongue) vendor style w/ 2 flip up windows on
the side, double axl, and electric brakes. It has a 2 5/16 inch tow hitch and it's registered
gross weight is 7000 lb. The electricity to the trailers interior is supplied using a typical 110
volt extension cord and has a gas generator for use where there is no electricity.
This trailer is available for use by any lodge at a Lodge or Community function. All that needs
to be done is fill out the request form to schedule the trailer, and then coordinate to pick up and return
the trailer after your use.
Drug Awareness Trailer and "Elroy" the Elk Request Form
The Drug Awareness trailer will be picked up and returned between events and stored off season at the Franklin Elks Lodge in Franklin, NH.
Drug Awareness Trailer and "Elroy's" Schedule and Availability Calendar
Gateway Drug- Fact or Fiction?
EDITORIAL: The president of pot "click here for full story" The stigma of addled stupidity goes up in smoke, President Obama says smoking pot is no big deal. Not every man who has lived at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has been a paragon of virtue, nor is perfection expected there (or anywhere else). But it's jarring when the president of the United States plays apologist for vice. In an interview with The New Yorker magazine, Mr. Obama expressed indifference to the mainstreaming of marijuana in Colorado and Washington, and the inroads toward legalization pot has made in other states. "As has been well documented," he told the magazine, "I smoked pot as a kid, and I view it as a bad habit and a vice, not very different from the cigarettes that I smoked as a young person up through a big chunk of my adult life. I don't think it is more dangerous than alcohol." Marijuana is an analgesic that produces euphoria - not exactly the mental state that compels a user to get off his duff and accomplish his life's goals. Today's weed is not your father's reefer. The modern variety is genetically modified and contains a potency that has nearly tripled over the past two decades. The president's own White House Office of Drug Control Policy says so. The new "Rocky Mountain high" is much loftier than the president may remember from his younger days. "He's living in the past," says John P. Walters, the drug czar in the George W. Bush administration. Mr. Walters observes that heavy use of ganja typically reduces a person's IQ by 7 points. A new federal study finds that 6.5 percent of high school seniors get stoned daily. That's a brain drain the nation can't afford. Mr. Obama is equally unfazed by the implications of transforming America into a stoner nation. Out-of-state buyers loading up grass to take home in places where the prohibition of pot is still enforced, a spike in the number of children winding up in the emergency room after ingesting their parents' marijuana-laced food, and a jump in auto fatalities resulting from THC-impaired driving have followed legalization. Americans love to root for the rebel, but the president who gives a free pass to dope is not a freedom fighter. Mr. Obama is comfortable enabling his NSA spies to watch Americans playing a game of Angry Birds on their iPhone, read through every titillating text message and browse through family photos. He isn't working to get government to leave people alone, which may be why pollsters find it increasingly difficult to uncover an American who says United States is headed in "the right direction." By arguing that regular ganja use is merely "a bad habit," the president has displayed the addled thinking for which potheads are known, more evidence that it's wise to get medical advice from a physician, not a politician.
|"Obama Care Heroin"
|"Chronic marijuana use may alter brain structure, study finds"
"Dabbing" Dotors are concerned new ways to abuse drugs
|Marijuana Use in Adolescence, But Not Adulthood, Linked to Permanent Brain Damage
|AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OPPOSES MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION; SUPPORTS HEALTH-FIRST APPROACH TO MARIJUANA USE
|Portable Pot Vaporizers are Easy to Hide by Teens
Elks Natinal Drug Awareness Press Release "What is Krokodil?"
|The latest Information on Drug Awareness click on the links below:
In case you haven't heard, the Feds have made K-2 / Spice illegal. Please visit the link below for more information.http://sfgyc.com/k2-and-spice-now-illegal-tools-for-parents/2012/07/03/
Weed Wars & the Discovery Channel
Faces of Meth II (Show to your friends & family)
Town of Franklin, NH Ordinace regarding the sale and possession of The synthetic drug K2 & Spice.
City bans sales of synthetic drug
From the Deep South to California, emergency calls are being reported over-exposure to the stimulants the powders
often contain: mephedrone and methylenedioxypyrovalerone, also known as MDPV.
|STATE DRUG AWARENESS SUBCOMMITTEES
|Phone / E-mail
|* District Chair
|*Frank Mello Jr., PER, PDD, PSP
|24 Wellington Dr.
Laconia, NH 03246
Laconia, Franklin, plymouth
|*Buddy Thibeault, PER, PDD, SVP
|22 Weston Wood Circle
Campton, NH 03223
|*Micheal Norway, PER, PDD, SP ,LM
|22 Watson St.
Nashua, NH 03064
|Red Ribbon Week, Trailer & Elroy Scheduling
Keene, Concord/Epsom, Nashua, Manchester
|*Dave Keller, PER, PDD
|22 Fiddlehead Ln.
Rochester, NH 03867
|The State of NH, Southeast: Rochester, Dover, Portsmouth, Derry-Salem
|*Joe Giunta, PER, PDD, PSP
|P.O. Box 44
Sanbornton, NH 03269
|NH State Elks Association Drug Awareness Chair
|Contact the District Chairman or State Chairman for distribution of Drug Awareness literature for your respective Lodges