The "Don't Meth With MO" is a project of the Rotary Club of Springfield Southeast in Springfield, Missouri.
The program is modeled after the successful Don't Meth With Us project started by the Rotary Club of San Juan in Farmington, New Mexico. Starting in the fall of 2010, Springfield 5th grade students will be given a presentation on the consequences of experimenting with the highly addictive drug known as Meth. Each student will receive a t-shirt, wristband and pencil with the anti-meth logo & message, plus a bookmark pledge card of what they will say if asked to try meth. The project will start at 7 pilot schools the last week of October 2010 and the remaining schools in February 2011.
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