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The reason for this was that it seemed nearly impossible to stop people from using drugs and they thought it would be a good idea to educate the kids about the dangers of using drugs and how to not get involved in drugs.
E.® program began in 1983 when the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles Unified School District got together and developed a drug abuse prevention program.
It reaches four elementary schools and one junior high school in the City of Centerville.
Firefighters with the department’s North Hollywood station got down to Meghan Trainor’s “Better When I’m Dancin’” to bring attention to the plight of Finley Smallwood.
She was born to her biological mother at 31 weeks and had brain bleeding, her adoptive mother Christina Smallwood said. “The news was devastating, but we knew we were going to love her and promise her the world.” Her parents learned she might never walk, but they began having in-home therapy for their daughter.
At 16 months, shortly after she was formally adopted, Finley was diagnosed with spastic diplegic cerebral palsy. But recently the Smallwoods learned that Finley was a good candidate for surgery at a hospital in St. They say the surgery — known as Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy — is best performed at the age of 3, which Finley turns in July.
“We could not be more in love with her, and we want her to have every opportunity there is,” Finley’s mom said in a video she created to tell the family's backstory.
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