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Got resiliency? Pacific High asks Sitkans to challenge meth

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Paulette James, from Pacific High School, describes a community engagement class where students learn about the resources available to help people resist or recover from meth. A Got Resiliency event is planned for Saturday, May 4, 7-9 PM at Crescent Harbor shelter featuring the Gaja Heen Dancers, a film screening, Silver Jackson, and other local performers.


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