BREMEN, GA, January 23, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- On your mark! Get set! Go! Registration for the 5K Run at the Sixth-Annual Bremen BRIDGE Festival is now available at http://www.active.com. This annual family celebration will take place on Saturday, April, 13, 2013 and will benefit BRIDGE, a West Georgia program designed to Build Recovery in Drug Gripped Environments. The emphasis of this year's event is that Bremen is building a BRIDGE to help our pre-teens and teens find the right path to a drug free life. Proceeds will benefit the drug awareness program and will help those in need of treatment in the West Georgia area.
In addition to the 5K, there will be activities for the whole family to enjoy including live entertainment. There will be a West Georgia Sing Off competition at Mill Town Music Halló and other performances.
"Including the 5k, this annual event helps us to promote health among our participants and raise funds to help BRIDGE continue to teach our children the benefit of living well, including saying no to drugs," said Dr. William Parrish, a physician with Primary Care of Bremen and co-chair of the BRIDGE organization. "It's an issue that affects the entire community, but is also one we can help resolve together." Adds Chief Pesnell, Co-Chair Chair of BRIDGE, "To keep our teens drug free, we have to educate and remind our kids and ourselves, and lead by example."
To register for the 5K Run or become a sponsor or vendor, please call 404-961-2230 or email interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information is available on Facebook 'Bremen Bridge Fest.'
B.R.I.D.G.E - Bringing Rescue into Drug Gripped Environment - was created in 2007, amidst a growing concern about the rise of meth use among Bremen teenagers, now emphasizing abuse of any drug whether it is a behind the counter drug or street substances. The BRIDGE committee is comprised of representatives from the city's police department, mental health facilities, business leaders, doctors, church leadership as well as staff from Bremen City Schools. The primary focus of the organization is to connect those with drug related problems to the help they need to start their recovery.
*Interviews with Chief Keith Pesnell, David Hicks, Superintendent of Bremen Schools and Dr. Will Parrish available*---
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