Substance Abuse Recovery Participates in Celebrating Independence Day

4th of July also known as Independence Day, every American celebrates this day. People go out with their families and watch fireworks together.

Online PR News – 06-July-2014 – Torrance CA – What’s on this day that it has been celebrated for decade to decade? Back in history, it was 1776 when the United States had declared its independence from Great Britain which is now the United Kingdom. Nowadays it is considered the National Day of the United States. This day is associated with fireworks, fairs, barbecues, parades, picnics, and family reunions.
Redondo Beach’s Seaside Lagoon will be hosting a day long festival for viewing of pyrotechnics show. The firework display will start at 9pm onwards. Gates of Seaside Lagoon will be opened at 2pm to paying ticket holders. Substance Abuse Recovery has decided to join in this festival. Substance abuse’s staffs, doctors, volunteers, patients and their families will be asked to join the parade and together after the parade, everyone will be watching the firework display.
During the parade every substance abuse member will be distributing “The Truth about Drugs” booklet. The content of the booklet presents the actual effect of drugs in a straightforward manner. At the festival, Substance Abuse members will be setting up a booth where people can ask questions, get some advice and can get more free booklets.
For Substance Abuse Recovery, this day of celebration is not just about fireworks, fairs, barbecues, parades, picnics nor United States’ Independence Day, but it is also the day where they can help people be free from the things that might threaten them especially drugs. The treatment center’s goal is to reach and teach people the true effects of drugs and on how it can be prevented. And of course, celebrate the true meaning of Independence Day as well.

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Phillip Ryan
Substance Abuse Recovery
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Torrance CA, 90503

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