Chardon Community Action Team Takes Part in Marijuana Discussion Informative

The Chardon Community Action Team (CCAT) was pleased to be part of a discussion regarding the possible benefits and harms of Marijuana use. This discussion was the first of hopefully several community conversations to focus on building stronger families and neighborhoods. We would like to thank Morning Star for graciously hosting this important event at their church.

The night of discussion took place on February 13th at the Morning Star Friends Church located at 12550 Ravenna Rd. The evening began with an Italian dinner, which was free for all families and other interested community members in attendance. Following the dinner there was discussion lead by Tony Coder, who served on the Ohio Medical Marijuana Advisory Committee and is currently Assistant Director of Drug-Free Action Alliance. There was even friendly child care available for those a little young to attend the discussion.

“The discussion panel included Judge Stupica, Chardon Municipal Court; Helen Ullman, Licensed Geauga County Pharmacist; Pastor Matt Chesnes, Morning Star Friend Church, Tony Coder, Assistant Drug-Free Action Alliance, and Beth Williams Chief Probation Officer Geauga County Juvenile Court,” said Lynn Kemp, Vice President of CCAT. “The discussion was very thought provoking to the 80 plus people in attendance.”

In the future, there will be more important discussion about other topics. For more information about future activities, please visit Chardon Community Action Team or call 440-537-7316.

Geauga News
Author: Geauga News