Returning event sponsors:
Farmers Insurance/Voit Agency, Harada Physical Therapy,
HomePlace Special Care Center, Martin’s Auto Electric,
Munros’ Driving Instruction, Oak Harbor Les Schwab Tire Center,
State Farm/Landry Agency, Tradewinds Insurance and Whidbey Weekly.
All donations received during the summer safety campaign
will be matched up to $5,000 by Island Thrift!!!
IDIPIC, PO Box 358, Oak Harbor WA 98277


our state aims to end traffic deaths and serious injuries by 2030?
about the Island County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition that started a year ago?

NEWS LINKS / National Safety on roads compromised with more states legalizing marijuana

NEWS LINKS / State New state law bans open containers of pot in cars

NASWI NEWS Kudos to VP-46 for reserving a panel for their Grey Knights just before the 4th of July weekend. IDIPIC offers one base panel a month. See panel details HERE. If your command had an IDIPIC panel more than two years ago or never had one, contact JoAnn at idipic@idipic.org to get more info or to reserve one. These are award-winning all hands DUI prevention panels provided free thanks to community funding.

PANELS for August: the 1st in Freeland and the 8th and 20th in Oak Harbor. For  future panel dates and times, check the schedule HERE. Looking for panels in other counties? Look HERE.

PARTNERS IN PREVENTION Welcome Back to Copper Partner in Prevention Whidbey Coffee for donating free drink coupons as tokens of appreciation for our panel speakers and helpers and to KISS event sponsor Martin’s Auto Electric as a Bronze Partner in Prevention. See all our Partners HERE.

SCHOOL REPORT IDIPIC’S: Th!nk, Don’t Drink Drug or Drive was presented to 29 Munros’ driver’s ed. students on July 29th.

THANK YOU to our July speakers Francis Bagarella, Officer Mel Lolmough (OHPD), Lori Spear, Marc Boucher, Steve Harada and Maureen Lett and our helpers Eph Robbins and Kristi Lewis. We couldn’t do it without you!

UPCOMING EVENTS The 30th National Night Out is moving to Fort Nugent Park this year. It will be on Tuesday August 4th from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. Many free family activities are held during the entire event including demonstrations, exhibits, and hands-on activities for all ages. Come join the fun… and it’s free!