TEENS SPREAD MESSAGE
Recently, Piedmont Community Services’ CHILL Program visited our Rocky Mount Kroger store to place stickers on alcoholic beverage cases reminding residents that it is illegal to purchase if you are a minor. These stickers also described the fines and punishments if convicted.
CHILL stands for “Communities Helping Improve Local Lives”. Local law enforcement partners with these students frequently to spread awareness about drug and alcohol prevention.
Photos show the group at Kroger’s and FCSO Deputy Stephannie Mills participating.
FCSO DEPUTY AND DISPATCHER VISIT STEP, INC
Sgt. Robbie Haynes and E911 Communications Dispatcher Chelsey Withrow stopped in and read to a few classes at STEP, Inc. recently. As you can tell, the children really got into the reading and interaction. Sgt. Haynes and Dispatcher Withrow commented on how fun the children were to be around, they were “actively engaged” one stated. Thanks to all the STEP group for inviting us.