Members of Stoughton High School's SADD chapter recently joined more than 200 young people from across the state for a Kick Butts Day event to celebrate their role in reducing the influence of the tobacco industry in their communities.
The 84 Movement
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Friday, December 7, 2012
The Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) group at Stoughton High recently took part in a statewide kickoff event to fight Big Tobacco.
The following is a press release submitted to Stoughton Patch: The Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) group at Stoughton High School recently joined nearly 120 youth from around the Commonwealth at The 84 Movement’s Kickoff event in Worcester. The Movement helps mobilize youth throughout the Commonwealth to take action to protect their communities and peers from the influence of the tobacco industry. The youth from SADD came ready to show Big Tobacco that they are not fooled and won't be duped into a life of tobacco use. The youth learned new ways to promote The 84, work toward change in their communities, and recruit other youth to join the Movement. Youth also participated in energizing workshops, learned new skills to promote…
Sunday, March 25, 2012
Stoughton High’s Students Against Destructive Decisions group participated in the annual Kick Butts Day at the State House, which aimed to reduce the influence of the tobacco industry in their communities.
The following is a press release from The 84 Movement: Youth from Stoughton High School's Students Against Destructive Decisions joined over 250 young people from across the Commonwealth on March 21 at the Massachusetts State House for a Kick Butts Day event to celebrate their role in reducing the influence of the tobacco industry in their communities. While at the State House the youth visited with lawmakers, attended a rally with United States Surgeon General Regina Benjamin, and a closing event with Massachusetts Department of Public Health Medical Director Dr. Lauren Smith. The students used their time with lawmakers to discuss the ways the tobacco industry continues to target young people: through a range of new non-cigarette …