Soldiers try 'mocktails' during National Alcohol Awareness Month

By Ms. Margaret Banishdonaldson (USACR/Safety Center)May 11, 2009

Army Substance Abuse Program, Prevention and Employee Assistance Program Coordinator, Gloria Prince, (right) serves 'mocktails,' nonalcoholic cocktails, to Marilyn Pierce, Staff Sgt. Richard Pierce and Barbara Galloway from Camp 
Kwangsari during National Alcohol Awareness Month April 23, at USAG-Red Cloud Mitchell's Club. "Every year, millions of Americans - one in every 13 adults - suffer from alcohol abuse or alcohol dependence," Prince said. "Millions more drink at times or in ways that can place themselves or others at risk." Campaign booths also were displayed April 22 at USAG-Casey and April 24 at Camp Stanley
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Army Substance Abuse Program, Prevention and Employee Assistance Program Coordinator, Gloria Prince, (right) serves 'mocktails,' nonalcoholic cocktails, to Marilyn Pierce, Staff Sgt. Richard Pierce and Barbara Galloway from Camp Kwangsari during National Alcohol Awareness Month April 23, at USAG-Red Cloud Mitchell's Club. "Every year, millions of Americans - one in every 13 adults - suffer from alcohol abuse or alcohol dependence," Prince said. "Millions more drink at times or in ways that can place themselves or others at risk." Campaign booths also were displayed April 22 at USAG-Casey and April 24 at Camp Stanley (Photo Credit: Ms. Margaret Banishdonaldson (USACR/Safety Center)) VIEW ORIGINAL