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Page County and others benefit from ABC grants
A news release from the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Authority announced grant recipients for 2022-23.
Ten Community Organizations across the state were awarded grants from the Virginia ABC Authority education and prevention grant program.
The grants support programs that educate and strive to prevent or reduce underage and high risk drinking.
Some of the organizations that will share over $83,000 in grant money includes Page Alliance for Community Action receiving $9,000 to launch weekly seminars at Luray and Page County High Schools to educate youth about the harmful effects of alcohol and other substances through seminars and zooms on the subject.
Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) will receive almost $10,000 to fund a series of alcohol free recreation and health themed events.
Almost $3,000 has been granted to assist Radford University students who wish to remain alcohol free hold free events.
James Madison University will receive almost $8,000 to help prevent incidents involving over indulgent house parties on campus.
Several other groups across the state have received a portion of the funds in efforts to prevent alcohol related incidents of alcohol abuse.
To find out more about these grant programs click here.
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