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Drug-Free All Stars 2022-2023

The Coalition is happy to announce the new group of Drug-Free All Stars for the 2022-2023 school year. The Drug-Free All Stars are a group of high school seniors from Angelina County who are 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. Recently, the Drug-Free All Stars were trained on topics they will focus on throughout the year during their volunteer opportunities including: marijuana prevention; tobacco prevention; underage drinking prevention; prescription drug misuse; and media literacy and advocacy. Thank you to Alicia Rosas, Texans for Safe and Drug-Free Youth, and Veronica Smith, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council of Deep East Texas, for helping to train the new cohort of Drug-Free All Stars. The All Stars this year consist of 63 students from seven Angelina County high schools including: Central, Diboll, Hudson, Huntington, Lufkin, Pineywoods Community Academy, and Zavalla. The Drug-Free All Star program is funded by the Texas Department of Transportation.

Front row, from left to right: Nicholas Reyna, Kylie Ridings, Ally Lea, Allie Pierce, Hannah Spikes, and Cate Barrett. Second row, from left to right: Gerson Bruton, Perla Tovar, Sydney Ross, Isabel Contreras, Marley Martin, Addyson Soderquist, Iyonna Card, Shadye Forrest, Kaylor Vazquez. Third row, from left to right: Dayenara Lopez, Sariah Cruz, Mikaili Turner, Kathryn Teague, Jacqueline Silva, Chloe Camp, Breanna Hodges, and Helena Nerren. Fourth row, from left to right: Macy True, Jordan Hardy, Sophia Woods, Alex Haney, Claire Berry, Mehki Matthews, Kylee Wallace and Jackie Escobedo. Fifth row, from left to right: Kennady Mann, Haven Fant, Ashton Martin-Kibbey, Macie Bearden, Erin Jones, Rachel Bonnin, Kinsey Lucas, and Mackenzie McCaslin. Sixth row, from left to right: Shemarian Harrison, Haley Wallace, Kaelyn Abbott, Abi Martinez, Abby Bennett, Chip Buchanan, and Landon Mundt. Seventh row, from left to right: Jacob Quick, Carson McKnight, Jake King, Carson Basham, Cole Davis, Russell Reid, Randy Stephens, Wyatt Murray, and Andrew Alamo. Top row, from left to right: Landon Campbell, John Flowers, Travis Murray, Grant Ashby, Preston Jelinek, Alejandro Vazquez, and Pranav Rao. Not pictured is Kimberly Lopez.


Lufkin Drug-Free All Stars 2022-2023


Front row, from left to right: Ally Lea, Kylie Ridings, Addyson Soderquist, Hannah Spikes, Iyonna Card, and Cate Barrett. Second row, from left to right: Kathryn Teague, Jacqueline Silva, Chloe Camp, Breanna Hodges, and Allie Pierce. Third row, from left to right: Alex Haney, Claire Berry, Rachel Bonnin, Jackie Escobedo, and Kaylor Vazquez. Fourth row, from left to right: Gerson Bruton, Abby Bennett, Chip Buchanan, Landon Mundt, and Nicholas Reyna. Top row, from left to right: Grant Ashby, Preston Jelinek, Alejandro Vazquez, and Pranav Rao.




Zavalla Drug-Free All Stars 2022-2023

Pictured from left to right are Haven Fant, Jacob Quick, and Kennady Mann.









Pineywoods Community Academy Drug-Free All Star 2022-2023

Front row, from left to right: Helena Nerren, Shadye Forrest, Mikaili Turner, and Sariah Cruz. Back row, from left to right: Macy True, John Flowers, and Ashton Martin-Kibbey.







Huntington Drug-Free All Stars 2022-2023

Pictured from left to right are Mackenzie McCaslin, Jake King, Mehki Matthews, and Kylee Wallace.






Hudson Drug-Free All Stars 2022-2023

Pictured from left to right: Sydney Ross, Jordan Hardy, Kinsey Lucas, Sophia Woods, and Perla Tovar.






Diboll Drug-Free All Stars 2022-2023

Pictured from left to right: Dayenara Lopez, Shemarian Harrison, Haley Wallace, Kaelyn Abbott, and Abi Martinez. Not pictured is Kimberly Lopez.





Central Drug-Free All Stars 2022-2023

Front row, from left to right: Isabel Contreras, Marley Martin, and Erin Jones. Second row, from left to right: Macie Bearden and Andrew Alamo. Third row, from left to right: Russell Reid and Carson McKnight. Fourth row, from left to right: Randy Stephens, Wyatt Murray, and Travis Murray. Last row, from left to right: Landon Campbell, Carson Basham, and Cole Davis.




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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