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September 25, 2018

COCOAA’s First Responsible Server Training A Success


OSWEGO, NY – The County of Oswego Council on Alcoholism and Addictions held its first Responsible Server Training event at Oswego Moose Lodge on October 14. The training included 10 members total from local establishments, he Raven, Sticks Sports bar & Motel and the Moose Lodge.

Presenting information about BAC is  COCOAA Prevention Specialist Sarah Hartman

Presenting information about BAC is COCOAA Prevention Specialist Sarah Hartman

The outcome of the event was a success.

RST is designed to teach individuals who sell and serve alcoholic beverages how to do so safely.

The participants of RST were educated on the effects of alcohol on the consumer and the various laws associated with selling and serving.

Attendees were also taught how to correctly document incidents and check IDs.

Left to right standing:  Karyn Grow COCOAA Prevention Director and Prevention Specialist Sarah Hartman educate participants from The Raven, Sticks Bar & Motel and The Moose Lodge.

Left to right standing: Karyn Grow COCOAA Prevention Director and Prevention Specialist Sarah Hartman educate participants from The Raven, Sticks Bar & Motel and The Moose Lodge.

COCOAA would like to thank The Shineman Foundation, Oswego County STOP DWI and The Moose Lodge for their contributions to this training.

The next RST will be held on November 17 from noon to 3 p.m.

If you or your business would like to sign up for the next event or inquire more information about RST, please contact Karyn Grow or Sarah Hartman at 315-342-2370.

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