Erie summit focuses on connection bet...

Erie summit focuses on connection between religion, youth behavior

There are 1 comment on the Erie Times News story from Jun 5, 2013, titled Erie summit focuses on connection between religion, youth behavior. In it, Erie Times News reports that:

Children who go to church, temple or mosque are less likely to be involved in violence, use illegal drugs or smoke.

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Jungle Benny

Pittsburgh, PA

#2 Jun 6, 2013
I would see what religion the aniamls at the Erie Zoo practice and follow that. They all seem cool, calm, and collected. Violence is minimal. Sometimes the chimpanzes are hitting one another, but nothing too serious. They seem to have those animals in check. Maybe the City can adopt a similar policy.

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