The Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse of Northwest Louisiana will host its Annual Dinner and Meeting beginning at 6 p.m. Oct. 11.
The reception will be held in Bain Hall in the Hunter Building of the First United Methodist Church at the head of Texas Street in downtown, and tickets are $35 per person.
New Executive Director, Dan Schoettle, NCAC II, who was hired in August, will share his vision for the Council, and guest speaker Teddy Allen will close the program with his own unique look at life. New board members and the recipient of the Jack Elbert Employee of the Year Award and the Wayne Drewry Award, which is given out to an individual or organization who has made outstanding and distinguished contributions in the field of alcohol and drug abuse, will also be announced.
The Council was founded in 1958 to serve as a resource for information on prevention and treatment for the disease of alcoholism and other Drug-related problems. For information on the 15 programs administered by the Council, please call 318-222-8511 or visit us online at www.councilonalcoholism.org.