,Judge Philip Trompeter, Chairman of the Roanoke Valley Drug & Alcohol Abuse Council, said, "We are delighted to be working with Rite Aid on this important initiative and appreciate their help in getting our message out to parents in the Roanoke Valley.We are committed to doing all we can to inform parents that no family is immune from the dangers of youth drug and alcohol abuse and that there are concrete steps they can take to address the issue.Working together, parents, children, educators, community groups, law enforcement, and businesses such as Rite Aid can make a difference in our children's lives."Judge Trompeter also thanked Roanoke Valley Television (RVTV, Channel 3) for producing "Take a Stand," the anti-drug video now available for borrowing at Rite Aid.
â€œYour job that you perform is truly outstanding,â€ said the Honorable Judge Philip Trompeter, a presiding judge in the Roanoke County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court and the eventâ€™s keynote speaker. â€œThatâ€™s the reason why Iâ€™m so pleased to have the honor to express my feelings toward you and to say thank you and to congratulate those who are receiving these acknowledgements."
"Your job that you perform is truly outstanding," said the Honorable Judge Philip Trompeter, a presiding judge in the Roanoke County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court and the event's keynote speaker.
A Review Committee whose current members include Bruce and Joan Brenner, Terry and Laura Brenner, Suzi Fink, Barbara Hutkin, Karen Shreeman, Lori Strauss and Judge Philip Trompeter choose the recipient, according to published criteria.
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