The program, which will be given by DEA Special Agent Timothy P. McMahon on behalf of the Cedar Grove Municipal Alliance Committee, focuses on what parents can learn about everyday items that may be indicators of risky behavior and/or drug use. It includes a mock teenage bedroom that parents and caregivers can inspect to understand what may be truly hidden in plain sight.
CMAC, a counterpart to the Verona Municipal Alliance Committee (VMAC), has extended an invitation for all Verona parents to attend.
“Hidden in Plain Sight” will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Robert O’Toole Community Center, 199 Fairview Avenue, in Cedar Grove. That’s the new building that Essex County built near the light between the Verona Pool and Myrtle Avenue in Cedar Grove.