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Overdose Prevention and Awareness Day Vigil at Camp Chapel
The following information was provided by Toni Torsch, Director Daniel Carl Torsch Foundation G.R.A.S.P/ Perry Hall Chapter:
The event hosted by G.R.A.S.P/Perry Hall MD chapter (grief after substance passing)
Candle Light Vigil
Overdose Prevention Awareness Day - August 31st, 2012
Camp Chapel United Methodist Church
5000 E. Joppa Road (corner of Honeygo & Joppa Roads)
Perry Hall, MD 21128
This is event is informal and only somewhat structured. There will be pictures of our loved ones that have passed, displayed, substance abuse and overdose prevention materials, brief welcome and introductions of any officials present, 4-6 short readings & poems, lighting of candles, reading of names, moment of silence and lighting of wish lanterns.
We will be able to allow for a few minutes of comments from any officials that would want to address the participants.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions and to let me know if you will be joining us. Thank you!
More About Camp Chapel United Methodist Church
The Camp Chapel United Methodist Church is one of Perry Hall's oldest, most historic meetinghouses. In 1807, Perry Hall's founder, Harry Dorsey Gough, donated the church's land and much of its resources. Over the course of more than two centuries, the church has expanded, evolved and planted deep roots in the community. Today it is well-known for its friendly congregation and extensive service work. Members take great pride in their church's local significance. In 1999, both the chapel and its adjacent cemetery became Baltimore County Historic Landmarks.