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Don’t Miss the Community Conversation Regarding Fentanyl & Enjoy Free Meal

Don’t Miss the Community Conversation Regarding Fentanyl & Enjoy Free Meal
November 08
15:47 2023


Presented By MWISD:

It’s here and you should be aware. Fentanyl has found it’s way into the community.

Mineral Wells ISD will host a program on November 9th at the High School Cafeteria for anyone to come hear a Drug Enforcement Agent explain about fentanyl and the deadly situation facing the country and our community.

MWISD is actively supporting the “One Pill Can Kill” Fentanyl Awareness Campaign in collaboration with the Texas Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). As part of their commitment to the safety and well-being of the community, they invite you to a crucial in-person event to raise awareness about the dangers of fentanyl.

There will be a guest panel of law enforcement officers and medical experts who are seeing first-hand the problems we are facing.


At this event, you will have the opportunity to from experts. The featured speaker, Guy Baker, Assistant Special Agent in Charge Drug Enforcement Administration, will provide insights into the dangers of fentanyl.

November 9th 6 – 7pm MWHS Cafeteria

Additionally, a panel of experts from the school, hospital, DEA, and local and county law enforcement will share their knowledge and experiences.


Learn About the School’s Initiatives: Discover how MWISD is actively educating students about the hazards of fentanyl and how they address any addiction issues within our district.


The DEA’s “One Pill Can Kill” campaign aims to educate the public on the risks associated with counterfeit pills and ways to protect our community. Shockingly, 7 out of 10 pills tested for fentanyl contain lethal doses of this dangerous substance. We urge everyone to engage in this essential conversation with their loved ones. The information you gain during this event could make a significant difference and may, ultimately, save a life.

To make the evening more enjoyable and informative, the school has arranged refreshments. The MWHS BBQ team will be providing delicious brisket sandwiches, and you can enjoy chips, cookies, and drinks courtesy of PPGH.


Your presence at this event will contribute to building a safer and more informed community. Please mark your calendars for November 9th at 6:00 PM in the high school cafeteria, and together, let’s take a stand against the dangers of fentanyl.


The entire county is invited, so please share with anyone that may benefit from this program. We look forward to seeing you there.


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