Bringing awareness to drug overdoses


On Thursday, area residents from the Strength in Numbers Support Group brought attention to a problem facing Fulton County and most communities throughout the country. They stood at the corner of Shoop Avenue and Linfoot Street in Wauseon with signs encouraging residents to, among other things, honk against addiction on National Drug Overdose Awareness Day.

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On Thursday, area residents from the Strength in Numbers Support Group brought attention to a problem facing Fulton County and most communities throughout the country. They stood at the corner of Shoop Avenue and Linfoot Street in Wauseon with signs encouraging residents to, among other things, honk against addiction on National Drug Overdose Awareness Day.
http://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2017/09/web1_20170901_195038.jpgOn Thursday, area residents from the Strength in Numbers Support Group brought attention to a problem facing Fulton County and most communities throughout the country. They stood at the corner of Shoop Avenue and Linfoot Street in Wauseon with signs encouraging residents to, among other things, honk against addiction on National Drug Overdose Awareness Day.

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