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It began on Monday 21 June, and concluded with a concert on Wednesday evening 23 June.
The day began with the introduction of the team of speakers, followed by a talk by the Delegate of the Civil Police, Mr. Benites. The Police band then played and other items were given. During the afternoon and evening the Federal Police conducted discussions on the subject.
On Tuesday 22 June it was the turn of Second Lieutenants Lush and Jerusa Alves to provide input, while in the evening Dr. Ronaldo Carvalho gave a talk.
The various speakers pulled no punches and made a considerable impact on the audience with accounts of the physical and psychological effects of drug-taking on those involved as well as on their families and friends. Present at the talks in addition to students from the ISPEA were also those from other schools: “Mário Quintana”, San Pietro, Luiz Mercio and Peri Coronel.
The programme ended on Wednesday 23 June with a concert held in the Michael Magone Hall, in which various groups took part. The “Pagode Vintivê” Group opened the evening with its popular and thought-provoking songs They were followed by a sketch put on by the ISPEA drama group “Crack, don’t think about it,” which without any dialogue but through music and sound effects gave a very strong message. The “Six Stars” dance team then took the stage. Containing present and past pupils they gave a performance of “Invernada Artístico Mirim e Adulta de CTG Pampa & Minuano”.