Making a difference!

Close to 50 Meadow Lake and area residents, including students from Jonas Samson Junior High School, attended an awareness walk at Lions Park yesterday (Sept. 9) to shed light on the issue of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). Sept. 9 also marked International FASD Awareness Day and organizers of the local event said it’s important to draw more attention to the one disorder they claim is 100 per cent avoidable. Here, JSJH student Reanna Bensch leads the charge around the Lions Park track.

Close to 50 Meadow Lake and area residents, including students from Jonas Samson Junior High School, attended an awareness walk at Lions Park yesterday (Sept. 9) to shed light on the issue of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). Sept. 9 also marked International FASD Awareness Day and organizers of the local event said it’s important to draw more attention to the one disorder they claim is 100 per cent avoidable. Here, JSJH student Reanna Bensch leads the charge around the Lions Park track.

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