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Take advantage of programs offering important services

I was shocked to learn that the opiod forum June 20 at Aspen Elemtary School was only attended by about 25 people, at the most. I can’t even begin to tell you how many students I have lost because of this crisis. Parents, wake up!

I also learned that an AHS student organized a sexual-prevention awareness program for kids going off to college. No one showed up — are you kidding me?

The domestic violence awareness programs available through the Aspen Police Department had an attendane of one.

Denial is not a river in Egypt!

Ruth Harrison


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