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Bradford High School Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) Club Observes Red Ribbon Week
October 31, 2016

Bradford High School SWAT Students partnered the Bradford Community Coalition to educate students on campus about the dangers of drugs, alcohol and tobacco use. 

Red Ribbon Week was observed October 23 - 31. The theme was You Only Live Once (YOLO) so BE DRUG FREE. 

Students at Bradford High School were informed about the dangers and consequences of using any of these substances. SWAT students and Bradford Community Coalition members encouraged students to think twice when considering drug, alcohol or tobacco use. Bradford High students were very receptive to the information and items they were given while visiting the table set-up. 

The Bradford Community Coalition is a newly formed coalition (2016) working to reduce and prevent alcohol and other drug use in Bradford County, with a focus on our youth. Started by the Bradford County Sheriff Office, the coalition is working to engage community members, parents, businesses, and organizations in our mission. The Tobacco-Free Partnership of Bradford County and Students Working Against Tobacco Clubs at BHS & BMS are excited to have another organization working with a similar mission to impact our community in a positive way. 

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