If you have kids, you have so much to keep up on and things to worry about! One of them is drugs. Will your...or is your...kid involved in drugs? You're sure you'd know, but you want to be certain you know the signs and the lingo. That's what the Community Drug Awareness and Trends forum is for. To help you be there for your kids. To keep your kids safe. To keep your kids alive.

This is the third in a series and will be at the Dover-Eyota High School on March 26th, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM.  (Scroll down for full even info.)

It's a two-hour program that is NOT designed for kids. I want to stress it because Sheriff Kevin Torgerson (and others from the Olmsted County Sherrif's Department) will use very blunt and direct language to help you understand the how your kid using various drugs will look to you, how they act when they're hiding something from you, and how to keep those lines of communication open with your kids, which makes all of this so much easier to deal with.

This is the third time it's been done this year, the last time, in Byron, parents said they loved it and were especially happy to learn about the apps kids use to hide their contacts, nude pictures, etc. That's right, there are apps on their phone you'd never guess are fake. They'll run it down for you, so you WILL know, and will know how to use the app to check.

CREDIT: Olmsted County Sheriff's Dpt. Click for link to event page.