PRESS RELEASE / ANNOUNCEMENTS Monday, October 24, 2016

SafeLaunch and the Santa Barbara Unified School District Present D.C. McGuire at the Historic Marjorie Luke Theatre

The Brain Your Child Needs To Succeed
SafeLaunch and the Santa Barbara Unified School District present renowned brain researcher and author D.C. McGuire at the historic Marjorie Luke Theatre Monday, October 17, 2016 at 5:30PM

(SANTA BARBARA – October 17, 2016) All parents will have the chance to win $25,000 and other great door prizes at this informative, entertaining talk. Why? Because parenting can and should be fun!
D.C.(Donna-Christine) McGuire, will inspire parents with insights from her research on cognition, behavior and decision making. She will demystify the complexity of brain science.
Ms. McGuire has been engaged in research and clinical practice for over 10 years with a particular focus on the effects of dopamine on the human brain. She has worked with individuals and businesses, as well as numerous public and private organizations applying neuroscience-based solutions to challenging issues. Her presentations have inspired thousands of people to be healthier, happier and more successful. She currently serves on the National Advisory Board of the Union of Concerned Scientists and is actively engaged with Human Rights Watch.
Community resource tables will open at 5:30. Early bird dinner from El Zarape Restaurant will be provided from 5:30-6pm for $5 per person. This presentation is made possible through a partnership of SafeLaunch and the Santa Barbara Unified School District, and sponsored by Marborg, DCH Lexus of Santa Barbara and Paradise Cafe. For more information contact or 805-283-7233.

Location: Santa Barbara Junior High School, Marjorie Luke Theatre, 721 E. Cota Street, Santa Barbara
Time: 5:30-8 PM
Cost: Free
SafeLaunch is a registered California nonprofit, Tax ID #46-2832792. Through educational programs for families including Flights Above Addictionⓒ, Wind Beneath Our Wings, Parent education seminars, and Media $500 Contestsⓒ, the number of children exposed to drugs and alcohol is reduced.

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