Celebrate Life!: A Guide for Planning All Night Alcohol - Drug-Free Celebrations for Teens

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Sharon Murphy
DIANE Publishing, Jun 1, 1994 - 179 pages
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A compilation of ideas and comments from parents, school personnel, community members, and graduates of high school who have planned and implemented All Night Alcohol/Drug-Free Prom and Graduation Celebrations. Presents samples of projects undertaken by high school communities in their efforts to provide safe, fun-filled, party environments that appeal to students. Illustrated.
 

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