Archive for December, 2012

Is the CPMA against drinking alcohol?

Posted: December 23, 2012 by cpmacartersville in Headlines, Useful Information

As a coalition, we are not against alcohol! If you are 21 or older and choose to drink, that’s no problem. We simply ask that you be responsible and to consider how your behavior impacts NOT ONLY¬†YOU but those lives AROUND you. Did you know that more YOUTH in the United States drink alcohol than smoke tobacco or marijuana, making it the drug MOST USED by American young people.

The average age at which young people ages 12-17 begin to drink is 13 years old. Here in Bartow County, it’s closer to 12 years old!

So, are we against alcohol? Absolutley NOT. However, we are opposed to anyone under 21 years of age drinking . . . it’s against the law. So, if you are considering whether or not to allow your child to drink alcohol (including beer), then we would simply ask you to “Rethink the Drink” this holiday season and make a better decision!


Jahidi Solomon Chosen as 1st Runner Up

Posted: December 16, 2012 by cpmacartersville in Headlines, Youth Action Team

Bartow-Youth-Action-team-loYouth Action Team member, Jahidi Solomon, was selected as the first runner up in the Miss Teenage Bartow County Pageant held at Excel Christian Academy. Ambria King won the 2012 title. The pageant, which is sponsored by the Afro American Social Civic Association, culminated after a week of activities that included a parade through Cartersville.

Youth Action Team Christmas Party 2012

Posted: December 15, 2012 by cpmacartersville in Youth Action Team

The team celebrated the holiday season with a fun party on 12/13. There was a lot of great food and we played “Chinese Christmas” where members got the chance to swap gifts with another player! It was a fun evening and a great get-together! Check out the pics!

Schools promote drug-free lifestyles

Posted: December 5, 2012 by AJS Productions in Useful Information

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