SRSLY to Host Free Ping Pong & Pizza Event in Early January

SRSLY is excited to host a ping pong event at Elmo’s Ping Pong Palace this January! Join SRSLY for a fun night of ping pong and pizza on Saturday, January 6th from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Youth in grades 5 and up and their families are welcome. The event is free and will take place at 7069 Dexter Ann Arbor Rd. This is a great way to unwind before the end of the holiday break!

There will be open tables for free play, or, if participants would like to play tournament-style, that’s an option as well. No one has to be an expert at ping pong to join us — all levels of experience are welcome.

Anyone who is interested can RSVP HERE. Please send any questions via email to info@srslydexter.org.

About SRSLY

SRSLY is a community coalition dedicated to the prevention of destructive behavior in youth. SRSLY’s mission is to empower youth to live healthy, substance-free lives, by bringing the community together. SRSLY was formed in 2008 in response to local data showing teens in Chelsea are more likely to abuse drugs and alcohol than state and national averages. SRSLY promotes positive family and community involvement and school bonding, works to limit youth access to alcohol and other drugs and reduce parental approval of youth drug use. SRSLY receives support from the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea, the 5 Healthy Towns Foundation and the Coghlan Family Foundation. For more information, call (734) 593-5279, or visit www.srslycoalition.org.

The SRSLY coalition consists of representatives from across Chelsea, Dexter, Manchester and Stockbridge, including the schools, hospital, library, law enforcement, churches, businesses, parents and youth. SRSLY focuses on primary prevention among youth aged 10 to 15, but is open to anyone interested in preventing youth substance use by promoting a more positive and healthy community.

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