Thank you to the Rensselaer County Legislature for proclaiming Saturday, October 13 as Seen Enough Tobacco Day. Above, students from Columbia and Tech Valley High Schools accept the resolution at the October 9 legislative meeting on behalf of Reality Check, with Cara Zampi, RC Coordinator standing by.
On Seen Enough Tobacco (SET) Day, teens from the Capital District will showcase their unique talents to demonstrate through song, dance and art the ways in which they have “Seen Enough Tobacco” in their communities. The event will include games, giveaways and face painting; Girls Inc. will conduct hands-on experiments to show the harmful effects of tobacco use.
Join us on Saturday, October 13, 1:00 – 3:00pm at the Troy Boys & Girls Club, 1700 7th Avenue, for an afternoon of fun, learning and community action.
This free event is a community collaboration of Reality Check, the Albany and Troy Boys & Girls Clubs, Girls Inc. Eureka! STEM program, Capital District Tobacco-Free Communities and RAW GEN. Through the generous support of St. Peter’s Health Partners, a free meal will follow the event.