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The Kannapolis Intimidators have partnered with the Center for Prevention Services to host a “Medication Take Back Event” at Opening Night on Thursday, April 6, at Intimidators Stadium supported by Carolinas HealthCare System. This provides a great opportunity for community residents to dispose of their unwanted, unused, and expired medications. Fans that bring medications to drop off will receive a voucher for $2 off their ticket at the Intimidators Opening Night game.
Fans will have a chance to meet Major League Baseball legend Darryl Strawberry, who will be signing autographs and taking pictures with fans from 7-9 p.m. courtesy of Hope Haven and Serenity House.
The Center for Prevention Services will have an educational booth located inside the stadium with safe medication storage and disposal information, keychains, t-shirts and so much more to share with game attendees. The Center for Prevention Services will be supported by community partners and high school students (members of Taking Responsible Actions in Life Program) in their effort to reach out to community residents with this great message.
Be sure to to drop off your medications and enjoy the game. Gates open at 6 p.m. with first pitch against the Lakewood BlueClaws set for 7:05 p.m. as the Kannapolis Intimidators open their 23rd season of baseball in our community.