PRLog - April 10, 2012 - STUART, Fla. -- Jensen Beach – On March 8th, fifth grade teachers, school officials, family members and guests gathered at Jensen Beach Elementary school‘s auditorium for the students who graduated the D.A.R.E. program.
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Martin County personal injury lawyer Lauri J. Goldstein stood on the stage with Deputy Williams, Deputy Garman, the Martin County School Superintendent Nancy Kline, Lt. Morgan Sprott, Assistant Principle Janice Mills and Principle Don Merritt with the DARE essay winners.
In order for the fifth graders to complete their training, they were required to write an essay about what each of them had learned about drug and alcohol abuse and how harmful they are. One essay winner was selected from each fifth grade class.
For the past two years in a row, attorney Lauri J. Goldstein has been showing her support for the D.A.R.E. programs by funding the tee shirts that each of the students receive at Pinewood, Seawind, Port Salerno, Hobe Sound and Jensen Beach Elementary Schools.
“I believe in the youth of this county,” Goldstein said. “I have two young children myself and I am familiar with the realities of what happens in the schools. The DARE program provides important education that students can use as they encounter negative peer pressure.”
The appreciative students wrote endearing thank you notes to Goldstein for her participation and support for the D.A.R.E. program, which were presented during the ceremony. The Drug and Alcohol Resistance Education (DARE) program is an 11 week long course that is taught throughout the Martin County public schools with trained Martin County School resource officers. Every year, approximately 1,500 students graduate from the DARE program. Attorney Lauri J. Goldstein practices personal injury law in Martin County, Florida. Learn more by visiting the firm's website at: http://www.GSWLawyers.com.
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Attorney Lauri J. Goldstein is a Martin County personal injury attorney. She graduated from Florida Atlantic University in 1985, receiving her bachelor’s degree and from Thomas M. Cooley Law School, J.D. in 1990. Today, she dedicates her legal career to representing those that have been injured due to the negligent actions of others. She was recently nominated for Small Business Philanthropist of the Year; Ms. Goldstein is not only dedicated to her clients, she is devoted to giving back to her community. She contributes financial support to more than 50 non-profit organizations throughout the Treasure Coast, including Tykes and Teens, the American Red Cross and DARE. Her personal injury areas of practice cover all types of personal injury claims ranging from car accidents, to boating accidents, to wrongful death. To contact Martin County personal injury attorney Lauri J. Goldstein call (866) 675-4427 or visit the firm’s website at http://www.GSWLawyers.com.