Alcohol Education

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 2012/2013 Annual Alcohol Awareness Poster Contest Announced

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is pleased to announce the 2012/2013 Annual Alcohol Awareness Poster Contest.  The contest is open to all Pennsylvania students in kindergarten through grade 12, including those who are home-schooled.

 

The Alcohol Awareness Poster Contest is a creative and fun way for students to depict all of the positive alternatives there are to underage drinking, like getting involved in sports, playing games, or volunteering in their community.  By tapping into their creativity and designing unique posters, kids send an important message to other kids - there are many alternatives to underage drinking; kids do not have to drink to have fun.

 

Approximately 50 outstanding entries will be selected by a panel of judges. The students who created them will be recognized at a ceremony in the State Capitol Building. The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board will announce and contact the winning entrants in early 2013.

 

Entries must be received by the PLCB no later than November 16, 2012. For additional information concerning submission dates, guidelines, and prizes, please download the documents below. 

 

If you have any questions, or would like to be added to our Poster Contest electronic announcement notification list, please contact our office at (717) 772-1432 or send an email to RA-LBEducation@pa.gov.

 

 

2012 / 2013 Poster Contest Downloads

 

Chairman’s Poster Contest Announcement Letter

Poster Contest Student & Coordinator Guidelines

Poster Contest Announcement Flyer


PLCB Awards Grants to Prevent Underage and Dangerous Alcohol Use

The PLCB announced today the 66 grantees who receive a combined total of over $1 million in Reducing Underage and Dangerous Drinking grant money. The 66 were chosen through a competitive process from 124 applications received earlier this year.

 Grants are for a maximum of $17,500 per year, though some grantees requested less. Next year, the PLCB will go to a two-year grant cycle, with a maximum of $20,000 per year. More information will be available early next year.

For a list of grant recipients, click here.

 


2012 Alcohol Education Conference Held

The 2012 PLCB Conference, "Communities in Action: Moving from Knowledge to Practice," was attended by over 240 prevention professionals from all corners of the state. We'd like to thank all the presenters, exhibitors and attendees for making this conference such a 

success. We look forward to seeing you next year!

For those of you unable to attend or who missed some of the sessions, we have posted some of the presentations. Click here to view session presentations from the 2012 PLCB "Communities in Action" Conference.


Like Us on Facebook!

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s Bureau of Alcohol Education is now on Facebook. Our goal is to connect with our partners as we work together to combat underage and dangerous drinking and we can't think of a better way to do it.

Through this virtual network, we will be able to share examples of best practices in the areas of alcohol education and programs that promote the responsible use of alcohol. If you have an example of something that’s really working in your area or you see an issue on the horizon, we want to hear from you. 

Visit our site at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Harrisburg-PA/PA-Alcohol-Education/145666842154049 or search PA Alcohol Education - and don't forget to "Like" us to make sure you get all our updates.




Additional Resources

Comparison of Online Prevention/Assessment Tools

New security features on PA Driver's License - http://www.dmv.state.pa.us/idSecurityCenter/isisSecurityFeature.shtml

Click here to view the "Registered Malt or Brewed Beverage Brands" list referred to during law enforcement trainings


The PLCB's Bureau of Alcohol Education is pleased to announce the release of the 2011 Act 85 of 2006, the third biennial report to the Pennsylvania General Assembly on High-Risk and Underage Drinking Among Pennsylvania's Youth.


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