TCHS Service Learning Council members attended DAT conference in Paducah last month
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Trigg County High School Service Learning Council members attended the DAT (Drugs, Alcohol, Tobacco) Don’t Fit Conference on Dec. 7 at Lone Oak Baptist Church in Paducah.

Ashley Stillwell, a student at Western Kentucky University, shared the story of her first encounter with drugs and how she almost lost her life. She and her mother have made it their life’s mission to tell others of the extreme dangers of using drugs and how those you think are your so called friends can often be the ones that encourage you to choose the path of destruction.

Council members also participated in breakout sessions learning ways to create programs in their school and community to educate everyone about the dangers drugs, alcohol and tobacco can create in one’s life.

Students in attendance were Peyton Williamson, Macey King, Heather Lancaster, Alexandra Carr, Caroline Thomas, Caleb McIntosh and David Abbott and sponsors for the Terrific Tuesdays program Christina Parker and Brenda Southwick.
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