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Every Spring at the Foxfield Horse Races, ADAPT hosts a Student Safety Tent. This year, we will be distributing cups with educational information, water, snacks, and sunscreen to all students. Sober students can come to the tent to sign a pledge and in return receive a free T-shirt and free soda!
View the 2013 Foxfield video HERE
Savvy Fox Pledges Do you plan on staying sober at Foxfield? If so, stop by the Gordie Center from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM on April 22-26 to sign a pledge to be a Savvy Fox and receive a FREE commemorative Foxfield T-shirt. Come while supplies last! The office is located at 170 Rugby Road; back entrance of Madison House.
You can also sign up at the ADAPT tables during the week
Monday April 22, 11am - 2pm in the Newcomb Courtyard
Tuesday, April 23 11am - 2pm on the Lawn
Wednesday, April 24 12 - 3pm on the Lawn and at the Foxfield education program at Newcomb Theater 6:30 and 8:00 pm
Foxfield Posters (click on each image to see a larger version)
Foxfield Safety Program
Wednesday, April 24 in Newcomb Theater. Presentations are at 6:30 PM and 8:00 PM and the presentations fulfill FOA requirements. Speakers include a representatives of the Albemarle County Police Department, the Foxfield Racing Association, UVA Emergency Medicine and ADAPT. Door prizes include 4 Foxfield tickets + a parking pass AND a Vinyard Vines Foxfield bowtie!
To see a PDF of the ADAPT and medical services presentation slides, click HERE
To see a PDF of the Albemarle County Police presentation, click HERE
ADAPT Student Safety Tent
Saturday, April 27: The gates to Foxfield Spring Horse Races open at 9:00 AM, and the first race starts at 1:30 PM. Be sure to come to our Student Safety Tent throughout the day to get free food, water, and sunscreen!
Vice President and Chief Student Affairs Officer Lampkin's email to students regarding safety at the Foxfield Races - Click HERE
ADAPT efforts to prevent impaired driving at the Foxfield Races were recognized as a model program in the Bacchus and Gamma “Along These Lines” Impaired Driving Prevention Programming Manual and Resource Guide. In 2011, the Foxfield education program was recognized by the National Organizations for Youth Safety as the 2nd best program held as part of National Youth Traffic Safety Month.