Drug-Free All Star Meeting at Family Crisis Center

The Drug-Free All Stars are a group of high school seniors throughout Angelina County that are hand selected to serve as role models for their community by living a tobacco, drug, and alcohol-free lifestyle. For their monthly meeting in December, the Drug-Free All Stars were able to visit the Family Crisis Center. During their visit to the Family Crisis Center, the All Stars were able to take a tour and learn about how the Family Crisis Center helps our community through prevention, education, and training community members. The students were also able to adopt two families through the Family Crisis Center and purchase items they wished for this Christmas.

Pictured back row: Kellen Kruk. Next row, from left to right: Andrew Richards, Adam
Holden, and Joshua Bowers. Next row, from left to right: Oscar Hernandez, Alex Sanchez,
Alison Acevedo, and Gracie England. Next row, from left to right: Kimberly Fenner,
Aroob Naqvi, Natalie Goodwin, Morgan Holland, and Makiley Rhodes. Next row,
from left to right: Tyler Hance, Cody Doyle, Alishbah Khan, Samantha Flores, Daphnie
Ortiz, Guadalupe Tovar, and Bailey Ortiz. Front row, from left to right: Hannah
Morrison, Gabby Kenner, Kennady Martin, and Camryn Lee.

Since 1988, The Coalition has focused on eliminating the use of harmful  substances by affecting public policy, laws, attitudes andbehaviors, all in an effort to foster healthy life-long choices for the localcommunity. For more information about the Drug-Free All Stars contact AbbyBaker at The Coalition at 936-634-9308.