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Drug-Free All Stars Visit Woodland Heights Medical Center

The Drug-Free All Stars of Angelina County, funded by a grant from TxDOT, are a group of high school seniors that serve as role models for the community by living an alcohol, tobacco, and drug-free life. For their March meeting, the Drug-Free All Stars visited Woodland Heights Medical Center and heard from Stephen Bennett, Director of Emergency Services. Mr. Bennett talked to the students about the impact substances have on the emergency room and the changes that he has seen in regards to the impact harmful substances have on the community. Mr. Bennett also advised the students to make safe choices as they approach graduation. The Coalition, Inc. appreciates Jennifer Stevens, Director of Marketing, and Stephen Bennett for making this meeting possible.   

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

Front row from left to right: Natalie Courtney, Lufkin HS; Abby Kerr, Lufkin HS; Jolie Garcie, Central HS; and Elizabeth Jacobo, Central HS. Second row from left to right: Cara Phillips, St. Cyprian’s Episcopal School; Ciara Harris, Lufkin HS; Cece Rodgers, Pineywoods Community Academy; Ava Alaniz-Guerrero, Pineywoods Community Academy; Annabelle Liddle, Central HS; Giselle Jaime, Central HS; Kristina Guardado, Central HS; Dulce Flores, Diboll HS, Roxanna Flores, Diboll HS, and Chloe Wyatt-Chittum, Diboll HS. Back row from left to right: Stephen Bennett, Woodland Heights; Alexander Tiu, St. Cyprian’s Episcopal School; Cailyn Crow, Lufkin HS; Chloe Napier, Huntington HS; Kiara Rodgers, Pineywoods Community Academy; Jacob Jennings, Central HS; Jaxson Frankens, Central HS; and Martin Aguilar III, Central HS.


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