CLARK, NJ - The Clark Municipal Alliance teamed up with fellow organizations in Cranford, Westfield and Scotch Plains-Fanwood to support and co-sponsor the release of "Shooting Heroin."
The movie premiered at the recently reopened Cranford Theater on Thursday, November 14. Based on a true story, the film features Scotch Plains native Garry Pastore playing a sheriff facing down the opioid epidemic in a small western Pennsylvania town.
According to Clark Municipal Alliance Coordinator Ralph Bernardo, there was a cast of law enforcement, directors, actors and media in attendance of the red-carpet premier.
Bernardo said the Clark Drug Alliance is a community based organization, dedicated to a comprehensive and coordinated effort to reduce and prevent illegal use of alcohol and drugs. Clark’s main focus is on alcohol abuse in minors. The Clark Municipal Alliance Committee supports the resolution of the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse to create a climate that rejects the use of dangerous substances and encourages the development of resources to restore a healthy lifestyle.
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