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Rockville Goes Purple in September to Raise Opioid Addiction Awareness

Rockville’s Mayor and Council will in August once again proclaim September as National Recovery Month, and the city will hold several events as part of Rockville Goes Purple, a continuing campaign to shine a spotlight on the nationwide impact of opioid addiction.

The Mayor and Council will issue the proclamation Monday, Aug. 1 at their final meeting before summer recess.

Several events are being planned to mark National Recovery Month.

Check September’s edition of “Rockville Reports” and the city’s online calendar at for information as details develop. To learn more about the Rockville Goes Purple campaign, visit

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