Learn how to spot drug use in teens June 11 at Marysville library

  • Tuesday, June 11, 2019 10:32am
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MARYSVILLE – Are you finally ready to stop looking the other way?

If you are wondering if your child might be involved in drugs, an event is taking place tonight that you may be interested in.

The Marysville library is hosting an event called, “Not In My House.”

Parents and guardians will learn what to look for and how to spot trouble in your teen’s behaviors.

The Snohomish Health District leads the program that will include a mock bedroom exhibit, resource fair and discussion. Light meal and beverage provided by Marysville Friends of the Library.

The event runs from 6-7:45 p.m.

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