Every year more than 480,000 people in the United States die from smoking-related illnesses. Tobacco use kills more Americans than alcohol, car accidents, HIV, guns, and illegal drugs combined. World No Tobacco Day is celebrated annually on May 31 to raise awareness about the harmful effects of tobacco use, second-hand smoke exposure, discourage the use of tobacco, and to advocate for tobacco control policies.
We invite you to join us for the World No Tobacco Day Friday, May 31st from 4pm-6:30pm at the John Wells Youth Center. This event highlights the new smoke-free parks ordinance that our Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) Youth Coalition helped pass in the City of Madera.
For More Information:
- Event Flyer
- Folleto Informativo
- Agency Booth Registration (Health & well-being educational resources)
- Photo Release, English
- Consentimiento de Foto
Contact Maria Barragan at 675-7893 ext.512 with any questions.