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MOTHER'S CONCERN SPARKS PROGRAM TO HELP SPEAKERS CRUSADE AGAINST ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE

 ROCHESTER, N.Y., March 1 /PRNewswire/ -- A concerned mother has set out to help those who would like to speak out against alcohol and drug abuse but lack the eloquence and resources to be effective.
 Reenie Feingold has put her skills and the business she operates with her husband, Stan, the audio-visual services firm Visual Horizons, to the task. They produced over two years an acclaimed series of several slide shows and videotapes.
 "My children came home from school and told me they learned about drugs and alcohol even before they could read," Mrs. Feingold said. "As a mother, artist, entrepreneur and curriculum designer, I decided to do something."
 "Her affordably-priced materials ($79.95 for a slide show, $99.95 per videotape, call 716-424-5300) come with reference material, presentation guide, leader's guide, discussion suggestions, large print script, binder and storyboard.
 "These are programs you can just pick up, read and present to all types of audiences," she said, calling them "a no-fail recipe for success."
 Targeting the most at-risk groups -- grade school, teen and college age youth, and pregnant mothers -- the programs have been approved by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
 "You are to be congratulated on developing these important products," wrote Judith Funkhoufer, director of the department's National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information.
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 /CONTACT: Reenie Feingold of Visual Horizons, 716-424-5300/


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