Westshore Young Leaders and their families attend Crushers game
Westshore Young Leaders attended the Lake Erie Crushers versus Florence Freedom game on June 19 at All-Pro Freight Stadium in Avon. Along with the Westshore Enforcement Bureau staff and their family members, teens and their families enjoyed an all-you-can eat picnic at the picnic plaza prior to the game.
The Westshore Young Leaders, an alcohol and drug prevention program of the Westshore Enforcement Bureau, provides leadership training and opportunities for teens to participate in recreational events and activities that promote drug-free choices.
Members of the Young Leaders network (school administrators, resource officers, counselors, parents and treatment professionals) meet monthly to reduce underage drinking and illicit drug use among middle and high school students from six Westshore communities; Bay Village, Westlake, Fairview Park, Lakewood, North Olmsted and Rocky River.
WEB Special Agent in Charge Jeff Capretto welcomed Rocky River Mayor Pam Bobst, her husband Tom, and Rocky River Police Chief Kelly Stillman and his wife Trish who attended this event.
Contact this writer at 440-250-9916 if you would like to know more about the Westshore Young Leaders Nerwork or become involved in this organization.
WEB is the Westshore Enforcemt Bureau, a drug task force serving 6 Westshore Communities; Bay Village; Fairrview Park; Lakewood; North Olmsted; Rocky River and Westlake. As School Prevention Specialsit working for WEB, I provide alcohol and drug prevention services for the middle and high school teens within the Westshore Schools.