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Day 3 at the Obion County Fair!!

All ages loved testing their knowledge playing Tobacco Catch Ball.
Thank you Kimaria, Justice, Abby, Marlee Johnson, and Natalie for volunteering your time!!
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Day 2 was a little 💨&☔️ at the Obion County Fair!!
Madeline and Jada made tobacco catch ball a blast
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Advice from the animals at The Obion County Fair!!
Come check out our booth and try to win a home lock box filled with goodies!
Did you know Obion County has permanent drop boxes so you can dispose of unused or expired medications anytime??
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A big THANK YOU to everyone who came out on a Very Hot Sunday to help put together our Obion County Fair booth. Thank you Lorraine Miller Gossett for your artistic #redbarn and Brian Babb for your delivery service!!
Stay tuned to see what advice the animals have!!
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6 days ago

Obion County Prevention Coalition

The 28th continued their push this week in north Gibson County against the high content THC vape cartridges being marketed to high school teens as well as young adults with the seizure of 48 cartridges this week. MANY OF THESE PARTICULAR CARTRIDGES CONTAINED SYNTHETIC MARIJUANA IN ADDITION TO THC AND ADVERTISED HAVING A 95% THC CONTENT! Synthetic marijuana is man made in homemade labs with no health controls for cleanliness. Regardless of your stance on marijuana it is still illegal in Tennessee and these particular cartridges are dangerous with synthetic cannabis. One male is in the custody of Sheriff Paul Thomas at the Gibson County Sheriff's Office.

#supportyourlocaldtf #gotem #weareeverywhere #itsstillillegal #drugfreeteens #syntheticsareunpredictable #syntheticsaredangerous #safesummer #thisweediswhack #novapes #nocannabiscartridges #protectourchildren #longtermhealtheffectsunknown
#talktoyourkids #weneedyourhelp #justsayno #meddlingcops #whoyagonnacall #28thdtfiswho #seeithearitreportit #weeddealergoesdowninflames #opiatescomefromaplant #heroincomesfromaplant #cocainecomesfromaplant
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1 week ago

Obion County Prevention Coalition

Thank to the Obion County Mayor Benny McGuire who signed the Proclamation today naming September as Suicide Prevention Awareness month. Pictured below, Tosha Gurley, TSPN Northwest TN Director/West TN Director with Mayor McGuire- Many thanks to his office, and their support. We are proud to partner with you to make a Suicide Safer County. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Obion County Prevention Coalition will meet in joint session with the Obion County Health Council on Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at the Obion County Library at noon. Lunch will be provided by the Health Council. Please let Carla know if you will be in attendance by email at [email protected] or by phone at (731) 446-8879. Hope to see you there.

Joe Garner, Chairman
Obion County Prevention Coalition
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2 weeks ago

Obion County Prevention Coalition

Summer is ending and teens are headed back to school. Have you talked with your kids about the risks associated with opioids, tobacco, heroin, or marijuana? SAMHSA's "Tips for Teens" series addresses the risks, statistics, and myths about various substances that teens may use.

Download or order your copy today in the SAMHSA Store store.samhsa.gov/series/tips-teens
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2 weeks ago

Obion County Prevention Coalition

CDC Tobacco Free
Take the first step to quitting smoking by building your quit plan.
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