The Legion of the Good will (LBV) promoted in this friday, 26, a lecture on drugs, given for the social assistant Cristina de Vasconcelos Milk, for the families taken care of for the Institution in the mining city. During the meeting, the participants had argued and raised alternatives of prevention to the use of the drugs for the adolescents. For Cristina de Vasconcelos, the meeting was interesting for ' ' to perceive that the families if worry about the education of its children and that the parents can contribute for the prevention to drogas' '. On the presence of the parents in the activity, the social assistant concluded: ' ' The participation in the quarrel of the subject was expressiva' '. Mr. Lencio Pine Coast, father of the taken care of Rine, of 7 years, detached the relevance of the lecture: ' ' The video presented with depositions of people and families who suffer badly with this was very interesting, liked very.
Debtor to all of the LBV' '. Campaign does not use drugs. To live is Better! As way to take to the young the health, quality of life and one option in the Good, the Legion of the Good will works has decades the pioneering campaign in defense of the life: To live is Better. Idealized for its director-president, Jose de Paiva Netto, the initiative has as objective to acquire knowledge the society, mainly the children and the young, of the danger that the drugs offer and to show that they can lead to a tragic way. Thousands of citizens already had been benefited by this activity. Always with the differential of the Ecumenical Espiritualidade, the Entity takes to all the concept of individual and collective responsibility and the importance to preserve the life, in all the choices and attitudes. To alert on the subject, extracurricular lectures, workshops and activities in all the Units of Education of the LBV and in the communities are given where the Institution acts. It visits, it is gotten passionate and it helped the LBV! In Ipatinga, MG, the Communitarian Center of Social Assistance of the Legion of the Good will is located in the Street Patrician Joo of Arajo, 225? Venice I. Other information for the telephone: (31) 3822-8600.