It seems universal that kids ask the most unexpected questions in awkward situations, and when you're least prepared. Parents have to think quickly to respond in an age-appropriate way.  One of those teaching moments occurred when CWEnder Scott ...

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  1. “Talk about it” drug prevention campaign developed in CWE
  2. Snapshots from the CWE’s National Night Out

“Talk about it” drug prevention campaign developed in CWE

It seems universal that kids ask the most unexpected questions in awkward situations, and when you’re least prepared. Parents have to think quickly to respond in an age-appropriate way.  One of those teaching moments occurred when CWEnder Scott Leisler, above, and his wife Jackie were out with their daughter Clementine, then 5, who discovered drug ...

Snapshots from the CWE’s National Night Out

Approximately 100 people attended Tuesday evening’s National Night Out at the neighborhood’s Central West End Neighborhood Security Initiative office, 447 N. Euclid. According to NSI Deputy Director Sarah Wickenhauser, this year’s event drew the largest crowd they’ve ever had. That won’t be apparent from my photographs as I was there early when there was a threat of ...
        

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