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City & Community Calendar


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Teen Talks

Presentations, videos and conversations with police officers and other subject matter experts on subjects such as traffic safety, distracted driving, minors and alcohol, alcohol and drug abuse, binge drinking, drunk and drugged driving, internet safety, shoplifting, and other various subjects related to juveniles and the law.

This month's topic is: Winning the Fight on Drugs  (subject to change)


or call 972-219-3671

Note that you MUST be on time.  Entry will not be allowed after check-in is closed.  Also, all parties have to be present for entire program to receive community service hour credit.  Arrive a few minutes early for check-in.

Receive Community Service for attending(check w/your organization sponsor to confirm doubling and tripling of hours will be accepted)

 Attend - 2 hours credit

 Bring a parent or guardian - 4 hours credit (first guest must be a parent or guardian)

 Bring 2 parents or guardians or a parent or guardian AND a sibling or friend around the same age that is not getting community service – 6 hours credit

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