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Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) Celebrates The Bradford County High School Homecoming
October 28, 2016

Bradford High School Homecoming was held on October 28, 2016. Each year at homecoming, clubs and organizations at Bradford High School are represented by club sweethearts.


The 2016 Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) sweetheart was Jacey Woods. Jacey is the daughter of Jason and Tracey Woods. She is a 16 year old junior at Bradford High School. Jacey has been a member of SWAT the last 2 years, she is the executive board Vice President, member of Girls with Pearls as the director of Standards, and a varsity cheerleader. Jacey is dual enrolled at Santa Fe College.

Jacey was escorted by Avery Reddish. Avery is the son of Barry and Chanda Reddish of Starke. He is a 17 year old junior at Bradford High School. Avery is currently in the welding program at the Bradford - Union Techincal Center. After graduation he plans to attend welding school. 

Jacey and Avery represented the SWAT program well during the homecoming parade and during Tornado Whirl

If you would like more information about the SWAT Chapter of Bradford County, contact Jenna Hewett, jhewett@quitdoc.com or call (904)-769-9647.