North Peace Drug Awareness Society recognizes PriceSmart for supporting P.A.R.T.Y Program

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Locally the program is presented to 400 grade ten students at the Fort St. John Hospital every year. PriceSmart Foods donates a granola bar and juice box for every student that takes in the program

In a release Corporal Shelkie says “Teenagers are not known for having the most nutritious breakfasts, if any breakfast at all. During the P.A.R.T.Y. Program students see and experience a lot of thought provoking presentations. Often, these new experiences can cause youth to feel tired, faint, or nauseous. That’s why these donations from PriceSmart are so valuable. A granola bar and some juice give the students the fuel they need to get the best possible experience from the P.A.R.T.Y. Program.”  

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