"True Blue" Drug Free Community
True Blue Website
Webster County, Kentucky, ASAP and Webster County Schools partnered to write a federal Drug Free Communities Grant in the spring of 2017 and were notified in September they were awarded the $625,000 grant over a five year period. The purpose of the grant is to provide the Webster County youth and community with drug prevention educational activities and resources. The Webster County True Blue Drug Free Community was officially established in November, 2017. In a formal True Blue Proclamation in December, 2017, County Judge Executive, Steve Henry, with the approval of Fiscal Court, declared the first day of each month to be "True Blue" Day in Webster County. All citizens of Webster County are encouraged to participate in drug prevention education activities not only on the 1st day of the month, but all year long, making a visible statement by wearing blue on the 1st day of the month to signify that we are strongly committed to a drug free Webster County.
TRUE BLUE PROCLAMATION
L-R: Pam Hunter--Webster County Health Coalition; Rich Nading--Green River District Health Department; Carolyn Sholar--True Blue Webster County Shools Director; Tony Felker--Magistrate; Donna Bumpus--True Blue DFC Director; Steve Henry--County Judge Executive; Kristi Higdon--Webster County Schools FRYSC; Chad Townsend--Magistrate; Melea Ramin--DCBS Supervisor; Dianne McFarling--River Valley Behavioral Health Specialist; Jerry Brown--Magistrate
WEBSTER COUNTY SUPPORTS
1WC TRUE BLUE
Presidential Proclamation on National Substance Abuse Prevention Month