7960927873?profile=originalMichael Benenson and Robert Alrod. Photo provided

About 40 people gathered at the Gold Coast Tiger Bay Club event to hear local activist Suzanne Spencer speak about the public health crisis of the opioid epidemic and how to advance the dialogue on the issue. ‘She could have spoken for another hour because she has so much information about it,’ club President Howard Appell said of Spencer, CEO of Living Skills in the Schools. ‘She talked about just about everything that the opioid crisis touches on.’

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