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Drug-Free All Star Semester Wrap-Up and Group Photos

This semester our Angelina County Drug-Free All Stars have committed themselves to volunteer work and raising awareness of underage drug, alcohol, and tobacco use in our communities. Throughout this semester the Drug-Free All Stars have held virtual meetings with Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission agent Thomas Matthews, Judge Paul White and his Drug Court, and the Family Crisis Center of Deep East Texas. All Stars have also participated in school and community activities to raise awareness of the consequences of drug, alcohol and tobacco use. Activities include: creating presentations for middle school students during Red Ribbon Week; designing social media posts for teen drug, alcohol, and tobacco prevention; participating in a cigarette butt pick-up for Great American Smoke Out; and participating in a holiday-themed Project Sticker Shock to combat drinking and driving during the holidays. Recently, All Star Coordinator Abby Baker arranged for group school photos for the Drug-Free All Stars. These students are role-models in their schools and communities, and we look forward to what they are able to accomplish next semester!


Lead Academy Drug-Free All Stars include Warren Green and Madelynn Zbylot.

Hudson High School Drug-Free All Stars are front row, left to right: Emma Airington, Mallory Germany, Stella Huckabee, Raylei Smith, Wendy Ramos, and Makenzie Ray. Back row, from left to right, are Jacob Tullos, Meghan Cox, Jesse Daniel, Jazmine Jamison, and Abby Wilson.

Zavalla High School Drug-Free All Stars include Callie Grimes and Holden Boulware.

Lufkin High School Drug-Free All Stars are front row, left to right: Gracie Bonnin, Blayre Brent, Gaby Olalde, Tiffany Merino, Caroline McDaniel, and Haylee Shumway, Middle row, from left to right: Dulce Velasquez, Mikayla Spillman, Victoria Concha, Zach Karn, Minhal Khan, and Abbey Lantis. Back row, from left to right: Michael Hill, Taha Nazeer, Kaylie Kruk, Jose Jamie, and Matthew Gorman. Not pictured is Brooke Randolph.

Pineywood Community Academy Drug-Free All Stars include Kaden Eastwood, Madilyn Simmons, and Slade Havard. Not pictured are Zoey Robuck and Kaitlyn Carrier.

Diboll High School Drug-Free All Stars are front row, left to right: Natalie Lopez, Alexus Shurley, Halle Rice, and Emma Williams. Back row, from left to right, are Julissa Montoya, Alyssa Garza, Noah Farr, Reagan Toole and Jessica Stephens.

Central High School Drug-Free All Stars are left to right, Cecilia Hurtado Marroquin, Tanner Bearden, and Madison Shoemaker.

Huntington High School Drug-Free All Stars are front row, left to right: Abby Kirkland, Erin Hamilton, Emma McGuire, and Kaitlin Jenkins. Back row, from left to right, are Kaden Reep, Casey Whitley, Anna Squyres, Dylan Murphy, and Halle Rice.


Since 1988, The Coalition has focused on eliminating the use of harmful substances by affecting public policy, laws, attitudes and behaviors, all in an effort to foster healthy life-long choices for the local community. For more information about Drug-Free All Stars, contact Abby Baker at The Coalition at 936-634-9308.