Meth Awareness Week events scheduled for 4 islands
HONOLULU (AP) Students and volunteers will be waving signs, performing poetry and giving presentations on four islands to spread the word about the dangers of meth.
The Hawaii Meth Project activities are part of the first national Meth Awareness Week scheduled to last through Saturday.
Maui will host meth prevention lessons and an anti-meth slam poetry performance on Tuesday.
The following day there will be a sign-waving rally near Lihue Airport on Kauai.
On Thursday, students at Farrington High School on Oahu will hear a presentation by a recovering meth addict, listen to a meth prevention lesson and see a hip-hop performance.
At Pahoa High and Intermediate on the Big Island Friday, a recovering meth addict will talk to students and students may sign a pledge to live a meth-free lifestyle.