• By Yolanda Miller
  • Posted Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Youth Advocates Host 3rd Annual Kick Butts Day Carnival

The Forsyth County TRU (Tobacco.Reality.Unfiltered) Youth Advisory Council is having the third annual Kick Butts Day Carnival at the William G. White, Jr. Family YMCA at 775 West End Blvd here in Winston-Salem on Friday, March 25th from 5:30 to 8:30 pm.

This is an evening for the entire community to raise awareness about youth tobacco use and initiation, and to engage the community in physical activity while standing up for youth tobacco prevention in Forsyth County. The Youth Advisory Council is hosting this event for youth, parents, and families, and it is FREE. There will be lots of fun educational activities, food, and prizes. You will also have the opportunity to use exercise equipment to learn about the dangers of tobacco and secondhand smoke.

If you are a middle school or high school student interested in showing-off your talents on the basketball court be sure to sign-up for the 3-on-3 Tobacco Free Basketball Tournament – registration starts March 21st. See the registration form below.

Come out and join us as we work towards the first generation of tobacco-free teens in North Carolina. For more information contact Yalonda Miller at 336-703-3147 or Sean Halstead at 336-721-2100 ext. 2055.

We look forward to seeing you there!

View/Print the Kick Butts Day Carnival Flyer
Print the basketball tournament registration form

About TRU:

Tobacco. Reality. Unfiltered., commonly known as TRU, uses testimonials of real North Carolina teens as well as hard-hitting facts to dissuade youth from using tobacco. Funded at $65 million from HWTF, this grassroots initiative includes the TRU media campaign, as well as a grant programs to organizations working in all 100 counties to reduce teen tobacco use. To find out more about TRU, please visit www.realityunfiltered.com.

About the NC Health and Wellness Trust Fund:

The NC Health and Wellness Trust Fund makes North Carolina stronger, both physically and economically, by funding programs that promote preventive health. Created by the General Assembly in 2000 to allocate a portion of North Carolina's share of the national tobacco settlement, HWTF has invested $199 million to support preventive health initiatives and $102 million to fund prescription drug assistance programs. For more information, please visit www.HealthWellNC.com.

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