The Parker Area Alliance for Community Empowerment works to promote a drug free and violence free community. It is a 501 (c)(3) organization open to all youth and adults in our community who wish to work toward this mission. It runs the Players 9th Street Youth Center. Duce Minor, Zuky Hernandez, Melissa Wright and Taylor Brouillette are on staff.

Thank You Community Members!

Last week PAACE Coalition held an appreciation lunch to say thank you to coalition members and the wider community for all their help and support towards making La Paz County a drug free and violence free community. Mayor Dan Beaver accepted a plaque on behalf of the Town of Parker for adopting a Social Hosting Ordinance, Maria Chavoya accepted a …

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The dress looks great, as it’s a Bardot inspired design with a skater dress practicality. This dress looks great and feels great thanks to polyester / viscose and elastane material. The dress is a plus size outfit for bigger girls and is creamy orange in appearance. The dress takes some off the shoulders and reaches down to the thighs in …

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Thank you!

Dear Editor – “Caution: Drugs & Alcohol Zombify Your Brain” was the theme for an unbelievably successful Red Ribbon Week 2011. It was another record-breaking year for the number of individuals, businesses, organizations and agencies joining together to celebrate drug free, violence free youth in La Paz County. Major supporters this year included Parker Area Alliance for Community Empowerment (PAACE), …

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Thank you local businesses!

Thank you to all the businesses who participated in the Red Ribbon Week Business Decorating Contest!  We really appreciate your support!  Thank you also to the Parker Chamber of Commerce for putting together the prizes!  To view more business photos go to our PAACE Facebook page. La Paz County Sheriff’s Department Parker Elks Lodge River Rags Betty Hunter Realty Gingerbread …

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Aaron & Sherrie Rubin to visit Parker

I first heard the story of Aaron Rubin late one night last year while watching VH1’s Celebrity Rehab.  Aaron had everything going for him, but was addicted to Oxycontin. In his early 20s he overdosed and was in a coma for 2 weeks. During that time his family planned his funeral, expecting the worst.  After 2 weeks though, Aaron woke …

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Red Ribbon Week Business Decorating Contest

Show the young people in our area that you support their choice to be drug free and violence free!  The contest will be judged on Thursday the 27th.  The Chamber has prizes for the best decorated business/organization and  a prize for the random drawing of all participants.  Let us know if you are participating so we can make sure to …

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