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Drug-Free All Stars 2021-2022

Updated: Sep 27

The Coalition is happy to announce the new group of Drug-Free All Stars for the 2021-2022 school year. The Drug-Free All Stars are a group of high school seniors from Angelina County who are hand selected to serve as role models for their community by living a tobacco, drug, and alcohol-free lifestyle. Drug-Free All Stars are active throughout the school year by volunteering their time in the community promoting a healthy and drug-free lifestyle. The All Stars this year consist of 45 students from seven Angelina County high schools including; Central, Diboll, Hudson, Huntington, Lufkin, Pineywoods Community Academy, and Zavalla.

Front row, from left to right: Aaliyah Martin, Valeria Jacobo, Marla Garcia, Aubrey Lindsey, Rosina Camarillo, Mia Sandoval, Avery Neal, McKenna Simmons, and Margarita Ramos. Second row, from left to right: Lauren Boulware, Madison Morehouse, Madison Durant, Jocelynn Flores, Kaitlyn Lea, Suriyah Beamon, and Teresita Santoyo. Third row, from left to right: Breanna Marquez, Kaylon Harris, Kayla Palomino, Hailey Christian, and Mariah Figgs. Fourth row, from left to right: Leo Carreon, Gabe Kerr, Mallory Butler, Brianna Castro, Peyton Mathis, Enia Branch, Reagan Crow, and Grace Dixon. Fifth row, from left to right: Miguel De La Cruz, Angel Carrillo, Fabian Cordero, Samantha Williams, Chancy Dodd, Andrew Foster, Pedro Barboza Soto, and Allison Shaver. Top row, from left to right: Lorenzo Mansilla, Dalton Currie, Jose Velasquez, Joseph Bridges, and Brian Tang. Not pictured are Reina Rodriguez, Fenley McCullough, and Leo Jacobo.


Lufkin Drug-Free All Stars 2021-2022


Front row, from left to right: Aubrey Lindsey, Rosina Camarillo, and Mia Sandoval. Second row, from left to right: Reagan Crow, Madison Durant, Kaitlyn Lea, and Enia Branch. Third row, from left to right: Gabe Kerr and Mariah Figgs. Fourth row, from left to right: Lorenzo Mansilla, Mallory Butler, Peyton Mathis, and Pedro Barboza Soto. Top row, from left to right: Dalton Currie and Brian Tang.




Zavalla Drug-Free All Stars 2021-2022

Pictured from left to right are Aaliyah Martin, Joseph Bridges, and Kaylon Harris.








Pineywoods Community Acadmey Drug-Free All Star 2021-2022

Pictured from left to right: Suriyah Beamon, Andrew Foster, and McKenna Simmons.








Huntington Drug-Free All Stars 2021-2022

Pictured from left to right are Chancy Dodd and Avery Neal.






Hudson Drug-Free All Stars 2021-2022

Pictured from left to right: Jose Velazquez, Marla Garcia, Hailey Christian, and Jocelynn Flores.





Diboll Drug-Free All Stars 2021-2022

Pictured from left to right: Kayla Palomino, Breanna Marquez, Samantha Williams, Leo Carreon, and Brianna Castro.




Central Drug-Free All Stars 2021-2022

Front row, from left to right: Lauren Boulware, Valeria Jacobo, and Margarita Ramos. Middle row, from left to right: Grace Dixon, Madison Morehouse, Teresita Santoyo, and Allison Shaver. Top row, from left to right: Miguel De La Cruz, Angel Carrillo, and Fabian Cordero. Not pictured are Reina Rodriguez and Leo Jacobo.


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 the Drug-Free All Star program, contact Abby Baker at The Coalition at 936-634-9308.


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