The One Eleven Project Holds Car Wash Fundraiser Event to Bring Fentanyl Awareness Issue

Odessa, Texas/July 9, 2023-The One-Eleven Project is a nonprofit organization founded by Michelle Watson, that brings awareness to the fentanyl problem affecting the community. The organization held a car wash fundraiser event on Saturday, July 8th at La Playa and Tequilas parking lot. Proceeds raised from the car wash will go towards rehabilitation costs, in-school presentations, print costs and educational materials. 

(Michelle Watson, Founder-The One-Eleven Project/Odessa, Texas) 

According to The One-Eleven Project 1 person dies from fentanyl every 11 minutes. Michelle Watson lost her 20-year-old son, Malichai to fentanyl and is on a quest to keep his memory alive by educating the public about the dangers of fentanyl. 

(Michelle Watson, Founder-The One-Eleven Project/Odessa, Texas) 

Several vendors came to support the One-Eleven Project car wash event, selling a wide range of juices, food, collectibles and sporty apparel. 

(Heather Lopez, Owner/Operator-Liquid Latino/Odessa, Texas) 

(Jay Lopez, Owner/Operator-Liquid Latino/Odessa, Texas) 

For more information on The One-Eleven Project go online to 

For DRB Media Communications Digital News, Danny Barrera. 


Odessa, Texas/October 26, 2021-Ector County ISD held it’s annual Red Ribbon Week-a drug prevention awareness progaram. This program educates school age children of the dangers of drug use and addiction. Red Ribbon Week is also a memorium of DEA Special Agent Enrique “KiKi” Camarena, who was tortured and killed by Mexico’s biggest marijuana and cocaine traffickers in 1985.

(Scott Muri, Superintendent of Schools at Ector County ISD)

The Ector County Sheriff’s Office is on the front lines with other law enforcement agencies, combating drug trafficking.

(Eddie Mancha, Chief Deputy-Ector County Sheriff’s Office)

Ector County ISD acknowledges, that drugs are in the school population. The school district has two K-9s that help patrol schools to assist in drug prevention.

(Scott Muri, Superintendent of Schools at Ector County ISD)

Red Ribbon Weeks from October 23rd  to October 31st.

For DRB Media Communications Digital News, Danny Barrera