The Orioles' Glenn Davis yesterday unveiled plans for a week-long program that mixes entertainment with an anti-drug use message for area high school students.
Davis will lead an entourage that will visit 15 to 20 schools beginning Nov. 30 and conclude with a two-day festival at Towson Center at Towson State University Dec. 4-5. Storm Davis is a co-sponsor, along with Chick-fil-A and Coca-Cola.
Labeled Powerjam '92, the program features an array of men and women who sing, perform feats of strength and deliver an anti-drug message. Radical Reality, the Darrell Mansfield band, SFC rap group, and rhythm and blues singer Lisa Bevill will be featured.
A list of the schools to be visited will be released at a later date.
There will be no charge for Powerjam '92, but a ticket will be necessary for admission. They will be available, with a school identification card, at the Orioles offices at Camden Yards, participating Chick-fil-A stores and at the schools where Powerjam '92 appears.
Recorded information is available by calling (410) 685-2200. More details are available by calling Jeff McCusker of Renegade Productions at (410) 597-8800.