2014-03-19 / General

CMS Student Honored By Putnam P.I.E. Coalition

Mitchell Bock was honored by the Putnam County P.I.E. Coalition with a third place award and Walmart gift card for his Red Ribbon Week, drug-free essay. The theme of Mitchell’s essay was, “A Healthy Me Is Drug-Free.” Mitchell is a fifth grade student in Mrs. Fidler’s class at Cloverdale Middle School.

Pictured above are members of Mitchell’s family: brother, Adair Bock; father, Eric Bock; brother, Garrison Bock; mother, Sue Bock, and Mitchell.

P.I.E., which stands for Prevention, Intervention and Education, is a cooperative county-wide effort to reduce the abuse and illegal use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. It also strives to implement a comprehensive plan of prevention, intervention, education, treatment and justice for all persons of the county, and to coordinate efforts to combat chemical dependencies that exist in the county and to enhance their effectiveness. (Courtesy Photo)

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