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LCCA golf outing to raise funds for substance abuse awareness

The Livingston County Community Alliance (LCCA) in its “Passion For Prevention” is hosting their 6th Annual Golf Outing on August 4, 2023 at Chemung Hills Golf Club in Howell.

The purpose of the outing is to raise funds for substance abuse awareness activities in Livingston County.  To make the event as impactful as possible, the alliance is seeking sponsorships and donations such as (but not limited to): hole and game sponsorship(s), raffle ticket prizes, food donations, water, etc.  

Proceeds raised by the event will be used to fund local youth-oriented substance abuse prevention awareness campaigns or similar activities. Donations are not only tax deductible, but 100% of those dollars will support LCCA substance abuse prevention programs and services.

The LCCA, which in January 2021 was named in the Top 10 Coalitions in the nation by the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA), supports programs like the Youth Photo Voice Project, the MOST Campaign, TIPS Training with retailers for Alcohol Compliance Checks and the Reality Tour.  More details of these programs and more can be found at www.drugfreelivingston.com.

The LCCA also supports the Big Red Barrel Project and its medicine disposal events. Since 2011, this project has collected and properly disposed of over 40,000 pounds of pills.

It is through community partnerships dedicated to decreasing youth substance abuse that supports the great work of the LCCA.  

Anyone seeking additional information or who might be willing to contribute to the LCCS, is asked to call Don Root at (248) 875-8370 or Bill Griffin at (214) 454-0255.

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