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Drug-Free All Stars Meet with East Texas Cancer Alliance of Hope

Updated: Apr 4, 2023

The Drug-Free All Stars of Angelina County, funded by a grant from TxDOT, recently held their first meeting of the Spring semester. The Drug-Free All Stars are a group of high school seniors from Angelina County schools that serve as role models for the community by living tobacco, drug, and alcohol-free lives. For their January meeting, the Drug-Free All Stars met with Ashley Berry, founder of East Texas Cancer Alliance of Hope. Ashley is a previous Drug-Free All Star and talked to the students about her time as an All Star and her motivation to give back to the community. Special thanks to Ashley for taking the time to meet with the All Stars. To find out more about the Drug-Free All Stars, contact Abby Baker at (936) 634-9308 or by email at abaker@angelinacoalition.org. Visit our website at www.angelinacoalition.org or follow @TheCoalition936 on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more information.



Front row, from left to right: Iyonna Card, Jordan Hardy, Sydney Ross, Addyson Soderquist, Kinsey Lucas, Chloe Camp, and Alejandro Vazquez. Second row, from left to right: Ally Lea, Allie Pierce, Kylie Ridings, Cate Barrett, Preston Jelinek, Grant Ashby, and John Flowers. Third row, from left to right: Mikaili Turner, Sariah Cruz, Ashton Martin-Kibbey, Perla Tovar, Macy True, Helena Nerren, and Shadye Forrest. Fourth row, from left to right: Kaylor Vazquez, Landon Mundt, Haley Wallace, Kaelyn Abbott, Abi Martinez, Dayenara Lopez, and Kimberly Lopez. Back, left to right: Nicholas Reyna, Rachel Bonnin, Jake King, Jackie Silva, Abby Bennett, Kylee Wallace, Marley Martin, and Ashley Berry.
Front row, from left to right: Iyonna Card, Jordan Hardy, Sydney Ross, Addyson Soderquist, Kinsey Lucas, Chloe Camp, and Alejandro Vazquez. Second row, from left to right: Ally Lea, Allie Pierce, Kylie Ridings, Cate Barrett, Preston Jelinek, Grant Ashby, and John Flowers. Third row, from left to right: Mikaili Turner, Sariah Cruz, Ashton Martin-Kibbey, Perla Tovar, Macy True, Helena Nerren, and Shadye Forrest. Fourth row, from left to right: Kaylor Vazquez, Landon Mundt, Haley Wallace, Kaelyn Abbott, Abi Martinez, Dayenara Lopez, and Kimberly Lopez. Back, left to right: Nicholas Reyna, Rachel Bonnin, Jake King, Jackie Silva, Abby Bennett, Kylee Wallace, Marley Martin, and Ashley Berry.


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.

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