Recently we carried a story on drugs on this page – The Truth about TIK. Drug Free World SA will present a free seminar 17 and 18 August in Pretoria. It would be so worthwhile to attend and sharpen our knowledge on this serious issue! It is presented the two days from 1 pm to 6 pm, and WILL COST NOTHING …
As per the email below: Drugs are a serious issue in our society and this campaign has been very effective in dealing with the issue where it is used.
Email attached below.
"From: Drug Free World Pretoria [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 24 July 2013 05:21 PM
Thank you for your interest in the Truth about Drugs Seminar. All are welcome to attend. Drugs are a serious issue in our society and this campaign has been very effective in dealing with the issue where it is used.
The seminar and all materials are provided free of any cost or obligation from the Foundation for a Drug Free World, sponsored by the Church of Scientology as a non-denominational, social improvement effort.
Attendees will be taken through the powerful videos and booklets of the Truth About Drugs campaign, as well as lesson plans and other tools used for educating. It will also include techniques for successful drug lectures and other out-reach activities.
Attendees will also be walked through how all the materials can be ordered free online for future use, all sponsored by the Church of Scientology.
The Pretoria seminar is a two-day seminar, Saturday 17 August and Sunday 18 August, from 1pm to 6pm.
It is held at the:
Church of Scientology Pretoria
Address: 722 Stanza Bopape(Church Str), Cnr Pine Str, Pretoria, 0087
Phone: 087 803 0888
Please let us know if you'll be attending so that we can reserve your seat. If you wish to bring anyone else with, no problem, please just let us know names and how many so we can reserve seats.
Please let me know if any other questions or any other way we can assist.
Drug Free World SA
Please check out below recent stories carried on www.ls1.co.za:
TEN STEPS TO BREAK INTO A HOUSE
“When we think of a burglar, we think of a stereotypical ski-masked man dressed head to toe in black, crouched down, creeping in the dead of night, carrying a professional break-in artist's ideal toolkit. As common a culprit, however, is the average-looking person dressed in average street clothes on your average workday, entering via an unlocked door or a brick-induced hole in a glass door.”
All the points mentioned below are discussed in much more detail on the mentioned website; although could be seen as from the burglar's point of view. Below I only gave one thought after each dot:
ENTRY THROUGH WALLS AND CEILINGS
As unlikely as you may think this to be there are several thousand burglaries each year where entry into a dwelling has been gained by breaking through a wall or coming down through a ceiling or loft hatch. The following information covers the most common occurrences.
The following are discussed in detail on the mentioned site, with suggestions as to what can be done to prevent being compromised:
“Crystal meth (tik) is short for crystal methamphetamine. It is just one form of the drug methamphetamine.
These drug effects generally last from six to eight hours, but can last up to twenty-four hours. The first experience might involve some pleasure, but from the start, methamphetamine begins to destroy the user's life.
What is Methamphetamine?
Methamphetamine is an illegal drug in the same class as cocaine and other powerful street drugs. It has many nicknames – meth, crank, chalk or speed being the most common.
Crystal meth is used by individuals of all ages, but is most commonly used as a ‘club drug’, taken while partying in night clubs or at rave parties. Its most common street names are ice or glass.
It is a dangerous and potent chemical and, as with all drugs, a poison that first acts as a stimulant but then begins to systematically destroy the body. Thus it is associated with serious health conditions, including memory loss, aggression, psychotic behaviour and potential heart and brain damage.
Highly addictive, meth burns up the body's resources, creating a devastating dependence that can only be relieved by taking more of the drug.
Crystal meth's effect is highly concentrated, and many users report getting hooked (addicted) from the first time they use it. ‘I tried it once and BOOM! I was addicted’, said one meth addict who lost his family, friends, his profession as a musician and ended up homeless. Consequently, it is one of the hardest drug addictions to treat and many die in its grip.
‘I started using crystal meth when I was a senior in high school. Before my first semester of college was up, meth became such a big problem that I had to drop out. I looked like I had chicken pox, from hours of staring at myself in the mirror and picking at myself. I spent all my time either doing meth, or trying to get it.’ – Anne Marie
Take action now
The Foundation for a Drug Free World is hosting a free 2 day seminar to train those who wish to take an effective action against substance abuse in their communities.
The seminar will include an overview on the most widely abused drugs — how to recognize them, what they do and most importantly, the real truth about what adverse effects they have. The seminar empowers youth and adults with the facts about drugs so they can make an informed decision to say no, and assist others make the same decision.
This is a non-profit public service offered free of charge — the only requirement is you bring your desire to see a drug free society and willingness to do something to make it a reality.”
The above are selectively quoted. This seminar will be in hosted August in Pretoria at 13h00 pm to 18h00 pm. For more info see www.drugfreeworld.org.za/drugfacts/crystalmeth.html
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