To keep promoting healthy living at CWU, the Wellness Center is continuing their Social Norms campaign, funded by a grant they received from the NCAA. The campaign has multiple strategies and facets, including talking with students about how to have a fun and safe spring break and presenting pleasantly surprising statistics on student drinking through the Party Animals posters that will be displayed campus wide.
Join the Wellness Center March 11 through 13 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the SURC Tabling Area to pick up a free safe spring break kit, which can be customized through the variety of items the Wellness Center has to offer. Kit options include bottle-opener key chains, sunscreen, condoms, bracelets and coaster sets featuring the Party Animals: Kerry Kegger, Gerry Growler, Wino Willie and Thirsty Terry, who can be seen on their posters throughout campus.
Don’t miss the chance to learn how to have a safe spring break, and ensure that the time off is put to great use!
For more information please contact Wellness Center Health Educator Doug Fulp at 509-963-3240 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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