FBRC Leadership High School 2018 Videos

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FBRC 2018 Helen Cordes Dinner Leadership Video

This is a video highlighting the Leadership High School program. This week-long program brings the Fort Bend County Community together to encourage the students of LCISD to become future county leaders. The leadership program includes 60 young people and will enhances their lives through exposure to and education about their broader community.

FBRC 2018 Helen Cordes Tribute Video

The Cordes Award Dinner honors Helen Cordes for her generous community spirit and many community achievements. Helen served on the Fort Bend Regional Council’s Board of Directors from 1991-1997 and was President from 1992-1995. During that time and long afterward, she served FBRC with such a sincere passion for the mission that she has inspired all who have shared the privilege of working with her.

FBRC Leadership High School 2017 Videos

From the LCIS

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Youth in Philanthropy

Quitting tobacco in its various forms

The single most important thing you can do to protect your health is to stop smoking.

All it takes is a plan of action and a little help from people who care.

No two smokers are alike, and your plan to free yourself of cigarettes will reflect you—and only you.

Ft. Bend Regional Council School Program

Ft. Bend Regional Council Treatment Program

The impact of the legalization of marijuana in Colorado

Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (RMHIDTA) is tracking the impact of marijuana legalization in the state of Colorado. This report will utilize, whenever possible, a comparison of three different eras in Colorado’s legalization history:

  • 2006 – 2008:
  • 2009 – Present:
  • 2013 – Present:

Medical marijuana pre-commercialization era
Medical marijuana commercialization and expansion era Recreational marijuana era

Rocky Mountain HIDTA will collect and report comparative data in a variety of areas, including but not limited to:

  • Impaired driving
  • Youth marijuana use
  • Adult marijuana use
  • Emergency room admissions
  • Marijuana-related exposure cases
  • Diversion of Colorado marijuana

    This is the fourth annual report on the impact of legalized marijuana in Colorado. It is divided into ten sections, each providing information on the impact of marijuana legalization.

You can read more by clicking the links to the .pdfs below.

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FBRC Leadership High School 2016 Videos

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