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Actor Michael Roberts, founder of the popular durg abuse prevention group, "RIGHT TRACK", was in Hollywood recently to present a plaque to best selling author L. Ron Hubbard, to acknowledge Hubbard's work in the field of drug abuse prevention. Hubbard's Public relations Officer, Sue Lawler, accepted the award on behalf of Mr. Hubbard.
Hubbard has been honored across the country by mayors and governors with similar plaques and recognition, including a proclamation from Mayor Saldana of Catalina Island.
Roberts said that his own life changed after reading several of Hubbard's books, including Dianetics, The Modern Science of Mental Health, after which he became more actively involved in helping others.
Roberts shared Hubbard's belief that, "Today's children are tomorrow's civilization," which, is the quote inscribed on the plaque given to Hubbard.
"RIGHT TRACK" conducts public school assemblies, sponsors celebrity softball games and neighborhood events to spread the word that drugs are non-survival. Celebrities such as Chick Corea, Stanley Clark, Karen Black, Dristie Ally and Parker Stevenson have lent their support to the efforts of "RIGHT TRACK", a non-profit anti-drug organization.
For more information write to "RIGHT TRACK", P.O. Box 1380, Hollywood, CA, 90028.