Gene Conroy, left, and presenter Neil Campbell, executive director of the Georgia Council on Substance Abuse, discuss strategies for engaging the recovery community. The organization has a “warm line” available seven days a week from 8:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. for those who need help with substance abuse (1-844-326-5400).
Chief Assistant District Attorney John B. Johnson, standing far right, addresses a gathering of parents and law-enforcement officials seeking to determine evidence as to who may have been left out of a planned Wayne County High senior trip on account of the alleged failure of a private organizer to complete bookings for some 25 students. Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent Larry Kelly, behind Johnson, was on hand to interview parents and collect information on the case at the direction of District Attorne
Dottie Krepps shows newspaper clippings she keeps posted on her door at Wayne County High School.

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