Local high school students received a lesson in sobriety on Thursday.
The Laughlin Memorial Chapel, partnered with the Community Impact Coalition to teach these students the dangers of drugs and alcohol through fun activities.
They learned about alcohol, marijuana and prescription drugs.
Organizers say they believe this is exactly what high school students need.
“I think its a great opportunity for our kids. Any education against drugs we want to welcome it to help the impact grow even stronger,” said program coordinator, Daniel Mason.
The students who participated have also created a media campaign which includes a TV and radio PSA and a Billboard.