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Bradford County Tobacco Prevention Specialist Highlights Local Tobacco Prevention Efforts at Recent Kiwanis Club Meeting
March 12, 2013

Jenna Hewett, the Tobacco Prevention Specialist for Bradford County, spoke to the Kiwanis Club members on March 12, 2013, at their regularly scheduled weekly meeting.

Mrs. Hewett was able to present and spoke on the current Community-Based Tobacco Prevention Program.  She was able to share information on the positive effects that Quit Doc Research and Education Foundation has had on the local community since receiving the tobacco prevention grant in July of 2012.

Mrs. Hewett spoke on all of the individual goals of the Tobacco Prevention Program, including available Employee Tobacco Cessation programs, the current school district tobacco policy, tobacco retail advertising that targets youth, candy-flavored and fruit-flavored tobacco products that target youth, the benefits and cost savings to property owners of providing smoke-free multi-unit housing.  Mrs. Hewett also shared information on the mission of the local Tobacco Free  Partnership and the Students Working Against Tobacco Program in Bradford County.

Hewett at Kiwanis Club

Many of the Kiwanis members had questions on our current school district tobacco policy in Bradford County, especially since one of the goals of the Kiwanis Clubs is to serve children in the local community. Quit Doc Research and Education Foundation, the Tobacco-Free Partnership of Bradford County, and the Tobacco Prevention Specialist of Bradford County look forward to partnering and working with the Kiwanis Club of Starke to impact our local youth and community.

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