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Saturday, June 29, 2013

Presentations for 2012 - Ken Tork

Our Outreach Director, Ken Tork did a total of 20 presentations in 2012.  The total number of participants was 1,925 people. 

Way to go, Ken.  The details are listed below:

  • February, 2012

South Eugene, Oregon

Spencer Butte Middle School 3 presentations to approx. 300  students

South Eugene High School, 4 presentation to approx. 200 students

  • March, 2012

Riverside, California

WeTIp Conference 1 presentation to approx. 200 police officers, caregivers, school representatives, and school insurance officers

  • May, 2012

Kent, Washington

1 presentation to approx. 350 eighth grade students

  • June, 2012

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Quarterly Police Chief's Meeting, 1 presentation to approx. 100 law enforcement officers

Crown Point, New Mexico

Annual meeting of school counselors and regional health care providers, 2 presentations approx. 75 participants

Laguna, New Mexico

Laguna High School, 1 presentation to approx. 150 students

Laguna Middle School, 1 presentation to approx. 150 students

  • December, 2012

Kent, Washington

Rainier Middle School, 6 presentations approx. 400 students

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