La Jolla Cluster Foundation will host substance abuse ‘drama’ April 9

The La Jolla Cluster Foundation will host a unique presentation on the dangers of drugs and alcohol, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 9 in Parker Auditorium, La Jolla High School, 750 Nautilus St.

The speaker (whose name will be revealed that night) is a reformed addict, who was once homeless on the streets of Los Angeles and is now an anti-drug champion, as well as a film and television actor. “His presentation will open your eyes to the reality and prevalence of drugs in our schools and in the lives our children,” organizers wrote in a press release about the event.

Ticket are $5 for parents. Students and teachers may attend for free with reservations at lajollacluster.com

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