Students at MCHS stand up against prescription drugs
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-Katherine Doty/ Tribune-Courier

Five students in Chris Fortenberry’s Leadership Dynamic Class entered “Only as Prescribed” an initiative media contest containing educational information about prescription drugs. Students had to address a falsehood on prescription drug use and were encouraged to explore a new form of media. Winners were presented with a $500 check provided by Four Rivers Behavioral Heath as part of the CSnaP Initiative. Pictured from left, Ellen Walsh, a substance abuse prevention specialist for the Four Rivers Behavioral Health Regional Prevention Center, Hudson Deese, Valorie Road, Sarah Hendricks, Carly Copeland, Ellie Lovett and Chris Fortenberry.
-Katherine Doty/ Tribune-Courier Five students in Chris Fortenberry’s Leadership Dynamic Class entered “Only as Prescribed” an initiative media contest containing educational information about prescription drugs. Students had to address a falsehood on prescription drug use and were encouraged to explore a new form of media. Winners were presented with a $500 check provided by Four Rivers Behavioral Heath as part of the CSnaP Initiative. Pictured from left, Ellen Walsh, a substance abuse prevention specialist for the Four Rivers Behavioral Health Regional Prevention Center, Hudson Deese, Valorie Road, Sarah Hendricks, Carly Copeland, Ellie Lovett and Chris Fortenberry.
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