A world-class athlete with a dark past is coming to Antelope County to share his message on the dangers he faced.
Antelope County Does Care (ACDC) substance abuse prevention coalition is excited to bring Tony Hoffman to the area with a message about the importance of making good choices and the dangers of substance abuse. His message includes his personal story of his struggle with substance abuse and what hitting his low point really meant. Tony Hoffman will be bringing his message for youth and adults on Monday, March 20, 2017 at 10:00 am at the Neligh-Oakdale High School.
Tony is a Former BMX Elite Pro and is currently ranked #2 in Masters Pro class. He is a 2016 Rio Olympic Games Coach, with Women’s BMX PRO, Brooke Crain, in his lineup. His story is full of redemption as he has seen some of the highest highs and the lowest lows. Tony is the founder and director of The Freewheel Project, a non-profit organization that mentors thousands of youth through action sports: BMX, skateboarding and after-school programs. The Freewheel Project focuses on teaching kids leadership skills and making healthy life choices, including substance abuse prevention, each year.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Tony Hoffman. For more information, contact Jacquie Wilson at North Central District Health Department at 877-336-2406.