On February 1,volunteers from the Madison Chatham Coalition (MCC), Madison Alliance Addressing Substance Abuse (MAASA) and Madison teens participated in a pre-Super Bowl Sticker Shock Campaign, a campaign designed to remind adults to “keep it legal” by deterring them from purchasing alcohol for minors. The campaign also intends to remind teens to make healthy choices, free from drugs and alcohol.

Gary’s Wine & Marketplace, Main Street Wine Cellars and Rose City Liquors welcomed 16 Madison High School softball players and Madison Alliance Addressing Substance Abuse (MAASA) and MCC member Frank Iannarone, owner of Madison Pharmacy and a Madison softball coach, to paste bright green“keep it legal” stickers on cases of beer, ciders and coolers. The players also received Madison High School community service hours for participating in this event.

About the Madison Chatham Coalition (MCC)

The Madison Chatham Coalition is funded by the Office of National Drug Control Policy and is a collaborative partnership between the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America. The Madison Area YMCA is a community partner and the local fiscal agent of the Madison Chatham Coalition. For more information about the Madison Chatham Coalition, please visit www.madisonchathamcoalition.org or contact the Madison Chatham Coalition Coordinator Allison Bardon at ABardon@madisonymca.org or 973.822.9622 x2250.