Drug Free Community Coalition cuts ties with program coordinator

February 25, 2014

By Staff

The Drug Free Community Coalition Executive Board and Project Coordinator Liz Wilhelm have mutually and amicably agreed to dissolve their contractual relationship, effective immediately.

The board is collaborating with Wilhelm to ensure a smooth transition for the coalition’s future work, according to a news release from the coalition.

In the interim, Dianne Bugge and Barbara de Michele will share the position to keep the coalition moving forward on several fronts.

The Drug Free Community Coalition was initiated in 2011 as a standing subcommittee of the Issaquah Community Network.

It is composed of 12 sector representatives, including youths, parents, schools, business, media, civic organizations, faith-based organizations, the medical profession, law enforcement, organizations serving youths, and local and government agencies involved in reducing drug abuse.

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