On Wednesday March 21st, the Dover Police Department’s Youth to Youth program will celebrate Kick Butts Day. Kick Butts is a national anti-tobacco awareness program, conducted this time of year, where thousands of teens across the country take part in various drug free activities to celebrate being tobacco free.
The main Youth to Youth event will be held on Wednesday evening March 21st in the McConnell Center cafeteria. On this night, students from Youth to Youth will be holding the Kick Butts Bash and Gear Exchange from 4:30 – 6:30 pm. The evening will feature student artwork, an ice cream buffet, and a chance to participate in the Gear Exchange. More >
Due to the nor’easter during the originally scheduled event we were forced to postpone. The conference will now be a one day event for youth and adults held on Friday April 13, 2018.
9:00 am – 3:45 pm
NH Technical Institute – 31 College Drive, Concord, NH 03301
Two-day conference designed for those interested in, or currently active in, involving youth in the drug prevention process. The training is designed to provide practical skills, resources and information that can be put to immediate use by adults and their youth collaborators. Day one available to adults only. Day two is designed for adults – and the adults may bring up to 8 youth leaders from their communities or program (you may request permission to bring a larger group of youth).
Dana Mitchell email@example.com 603-516-3274 or
Vicki Hebert firstname.lastname@example.org 603-516-327
Dover Y2Y is offering 2 more webinars in the 2017-2018 Series
Working Effectively with the Press
Tuesday, January 30th 2018 at 3 pm ET
This webinar is designed to provide participants with a foundation and framework for youth, their adult advisers and the coalition generally to collaborate with the mass media and press to get their message out. The webinar will address the process of training youth to refine their message and get it out through the press and media. This will include developing talking points and sound bites, teaching youth to prepare a press release, developing media contacts, preparing a letter to the editor, and preparing to be interviewed by a reporter. The webinar will also provide tips and a step-by-step process for holding a press conference and preparing youth to answer 6 common types of questions. Resources and supporting materials will be provided to participants. More >