Eleventh Annual Community Awareness Event
Sponosored by the Drug Court Foundation
Known as baseball's "Hit King" with 4,256 career hits in 3,562 games played, Rose is one of baseball's all-time greatest players. Before a hometown crowd at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio, first baseman Pete Rose got his 4192nd major league career hit. The hit, a first-inning single, broke Ty Cobb's career record of 4,191 that stood since 1928. Pete finished his playing career on August 17, 1986. Dinner by Naman’s.
Join hundreds of attendees including local and regional elected government officicals, judiciary, court personnel, law enforcement, business professionals, physcians and mental health providers, treatment providers, and many tireless volunteers in our community health.
The Drug Court Program was founded in 2007 to promote justice through uniformity in judicial proceedings and cohesive educational and rehabilitative efforts to meet the needs of those with drug and alcohol addictions to save lives, reduce future criminal conduct, and return people to normal, productive lives. The Foundation was created to provide educational outreach and supplement these rehabilitative efforts through the Courts by providing resources for eductational intervention in our community and promoting accurate and proactive communinity awareness. We have reached over 10,000 middle school students with our educational programs after recognizing the average age a child first experiments with drugs is 13 years old.