Eat Together on Daytime Kitchen

  Nancy Hans and Kimberly Butterfield joined Daytime Kitchen hosts Natalie Faunce and Brittany Flowers to promote Eat Together, which is just days away on September 26th! They share one of the recipes that comes from the Eat Together brochure. Chicken Quesadillas Number of Servings: 4 Prep Time: 10 minutes Equipment: • Cutting board • Knife […]

The “In and Out” of Healthy Living

The Roanoke Branch NAACP welcomes you to take advantage of this opportunity at the High Street Baptist – Anchor of Hope Community Center on September 24 at 9am-12pm! Come hear and learn from discussions on nutrition, cancer prevention, dental health, and so much more!

Golf Tournament 2016!

Join us for the 3rd Annual Captain’s Choice Golf Tournament on October 1st at the Hanging Rock Golf Course! This Golf Tournament, in collaboration with the Roanoke County Police Department, is to benefit both The Prevention Council of Roanoke County and their committment to promote the healthy development of our local youth as well as […]

Eat Together 2016!

Join us for Eat Together 2016 on September 26th at Applebees!! Check out the Eat Together page on our website and go like the Facebook page! Find recipes, conversation topics, activity ideas, and much more to do with your family! Print out and bring this card with you to participate in this great event!   […]

Family meals can benefit health and pocketbook

From the Roanoke Times: Kimberly Butterfield of Virginia Cooperative Extension submits this family and consumer science announcement: With summer winding down and families returning to school schedules, it’s time to think about making an effort to eat more meals together as a family. There are numerous health benefits to eating meals at home. These include […]

Young Adult Survey

This totally anonymous survey is an important part of the four community coalitions to design and implement prevention efforts in Roanoke City, Roanoke County, Campbell County and Franklin County to decrease the number of motor vehicle crashes with drivers between the ages of 18 and 35 who have been drinking. It is important for us […]

Legal Marijuana Having Deadly Impact in Colorado

For Immediate Release September 1, 2016 Contact: Jeffrey Zinsmeister jeff@learnaboutsam.org (703) 665-1410 New Report: Legal Marijuana Having Deadly Impact in Colorado Colorado HIDTA report highlights increases in marijuana-related traffic fatalities and marijuana use by kids ALEXANDRIA, VA – A new report, released yesterday by the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) office, shows […]