Created Date: December 13, 2016
Anastasia Karassik speaks to Larisa’s Sophomore Class of 2018
The presentation was intense, emotional and a real eye opener for many students to the dangers and consequences of drunk driving. People die every day and it can happen to anyone. This happened to our family, to our 13-year-old daughter Larisa. “Education, awareness and prevention is the mission of the foundation and of today's presentation. I was grateful and honored to share my story with approximately 360 students this month along with Sheriff Moger,” Karassik said. Sheriff Moger discussed the NY State laws regarding DWI, illegal drugs, RX prescriptions and driving and driving. Moger commented “I believe this is the start of more presentations in the future. Awareness and education is the best prevention to put an end to DRUNK DRIVING!.” Thank you the Administrators at CSHS, Ms. Bentley and Ms. Susan Solar for making this presentation possible. Thank you to all of Larisa's friends, classmates, teammates and acquaintances for allowing us to share this presentation with you. #larisastrong Please feel free to contact Anastasia Karassik if your would like to schedule a presentation for your school or organization. www.larisastrong.org email: Info@larisastrong.org December 13, 2016 West Nyack, NY - Sheriff Robert Moger from the Clarkstown Sheriff's Department and The Larisa Karassik's Foundation make presentation at Clarkstown South High School to Larisa's Sophomore Class of 2018.