Ray Lozano Presents “High Expectations”

Big Bear Lake, CA, April 18, 2013 - The Breakthrough Task Force will host Community Nights at Big Bear Middle School tonight with Ray Lozano.  Ray will bring humor and inspiration as he focuses on the subject of marijuana. Ray has been a guest at Big Bear Middle School in the past, and has addressed this issue with students, parents, and … [Read more...]

Please Celebrate Responsibly

Big Bear Lake, CA, December 26, 2012 - This holiday season the Breakthrough Task Force would like to remind everyone to celebrate responsibly and consider using a designated driver. Big Bear’s Designated Driver Program is in effect, and our valley merchants have agreed to offer discounts to those “designated” drivers who are keeping our … [Read more...]

“Those Who Host Lose The Most” Theme for Community Information Night Regarding the Social Host Ordinance

Big Bear, CA, May 16, 2012, 5:00pm - The Big Bear Sheriff’s Station is partnering with the Breakthrough Task Force and Rim Youth Prevention Leadership Coalition to host a Community Information Night to educate the public on the provisions of the new Social Host Ordinance.  The City of Big Bear Lake City Council adopted the Ordinance at their … [Read more...]

Breakthrough Task Force Seeks Businesses To Support Designated Driver Program

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Big Bear Lake, CA, April 30, 2012, 8:00am - The Breakthrough Task Force has been looking for ways to encourage a reduction in the number arrests for DUI that take place in Big Bear valley. One effective tool that has been successfully used in other areas is a “Designated Driver” campaign. In an effort to keep our streets safe, the Breakthrough … [Read more...]

Enforcement Encourages Responsible Sales

Big Bear Lake, CA, November 28, 2011, 8:00am - On November 30th, the Big Bear Sheriff’s Department will conduct a free training program for all merchants and staff that sell or serve alcohol in the Big Bear area. The Licensee Education on Alcohol and Drugs (LEAD) Program training will reinforce all rules and regulations in compliance with … [Read more...]

On Labor Day Remember The Social Host Ordinance: Don’t Serve Teens Alcohol

Big Bear Lake, CA, August 29, 2011, 8:00am - The first Labor Day took place in New York in September of 1882. In 1894, twelve years later, Labor Day became a national holiday. Now we celebrate the history of labor, our American culture, and the American worker by having the first Monday of September off from work. The holiday has come to symbolize … [Read more...]

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