Join us this Sunday at Ardsley Day!
Be sure to stop by our booth on Center Street from 12-5.The Ardsley SAYF Coalition has a new attraction for everyone to try during Ardsley Day. Take a ride on our go-kart course, once without our distortion goggles, and once with them so you can get a sense of how your perception and reaction times are affected by alcohol.
We will also have educational materials available which provide facts about substance abuse and prevention to help keep our children SAYF.
We look forward to seeing you Sunday!
This past week eight Ardsley High School students attended the Eastern States Conference for Youth to Youth International, along with Theresa DelGrosso, Monique Johnson and Tony Vacca. Youth to Youth engages young people through meaningful activities to develop and implement their own ideas to create positive change.
The students, whose attendance was sponsored by the Ardsley SAYF Coalition, attended workshops and breakout sessions, heard from speakers about substance abuse prevention, and participated in fun and social activities built into the 4-day conference schedule. All of the students were enthusiastic and are looking forward to putting the initiatives they learned at the conference into action in our community.
We are so proud of our eight participants, and we look forward to working with them to create positive change within our community.
Look for our new prevention posters hanging at all of the bus stop kiosks in Ardsley. The posters are aimed to remind the public that marijuana is a risky drug. Be sure to look for the posters when you’re driving around town!