Parents: The New Audience The teen years present some of our greatest parenting challenges. As our children become more independent, they face temptations and dangers that can affect their health and safety, like alcohol and other drugs. For this reason, the BNCCC is reaching out to parents with a new campaign, BN Parents. As a […]
A STEPS (Safety Training to Encourage Profitable Service) class has been scheduled for April 21, 2012. Please contact Liz Hamilton at 309-451-7816 or email@example.com for registration and training details.
A STEPS (Safety Training to Encourage Profitable Service) class has been scheduled for February 26, 2011. Download the brochure for course information and registration
Living Well Together: A Guide for Students In Our Community The BNCCC is committed to the development of students as individuals and as members of the greater Bloomington-Normal community. To promote these ideas, the BNCCC created the Bloomington and Normal Community Standards for Social Hosts guide. It was created as a resource for students to codify the standards of Bloomington and Normal residents. […]
Underage Youth Assisting with Alcohol Law Compliance The activity of selling to minors is one that happens in many communities and ours is not the exception. One of the most effective methods to reduce sales to minors is compliance checks. What is a Compliance Check? A compliance check is an enforcement based tool that is used to identify establishments that sell […]
Local Campaign Encourages Responsible Drinking Recognizing the growing national, state and local trend in high risk or binge drinking (defined as five or more drinks in one sitting), the Bloomington Normal Community Campus Committee began implementing 0013 with the goal of decreasing alcohol related consequences in our communities. The FIRST AND SECOND ZEROS restate the law of zero underage alcohol use and zero […]
Newsline, a community newsletter of the Town of Normal published by the Town of Normal. This issue features a Spotlight of Jeff Fritzen, Normal Town Councilmember and BNCCC Co-Chair, and his involvement with the BNCCC.
The second community forum regarding alcohol use in our community was held on October 14, 2009. Community Forum Minutes.
The first community forum regarding alcohol use in our community was held on April 16, 2009. 1st Annual Community Forum Presentaiton.