October 13, 2000
Natural High Fair
Offers Sober Solutions
Safe, substance-free fun will be the order of the day when California State University, Sacramento hosts its annual Natural High Fair, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25 in the Library Quad.
Held in conjunction with National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week, the fair will demonstrate ways for students to enjoy themselves without using drugs or alcohol.
Some of the highlights will be a rock climbing wall, a giant slide and an inflatable obstacle course.
In addition to the games and activities, the California Highway Patrol will demonstrate its rollover simulator, in which students can witness the tragic effects of driving under the influence. Participants will also be encouraged to try on a pair of "beer goggles" to experience the disorientation caused by drinking and driving.
CSUS Recreational Sports, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Drive Smart Sacramento, the CSUS Health Center and the UC Davis Medical Center are all sponsoring and participating in the event. Student clubs and organizations will provide booths for food and refreshment sales.
There will be no charge for participation because of a donation from Pepsi.
For more information, call (916) 278-5384. Media assistance is available at (916) 278-6156.
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