Union High School Students Participate in ‘Project Sticker Shock’

Joanne Bauer

Joanne Bauer

Published November 12, 2018 5:24 am
Union High School Students Participate in ‘Project Sticker Shock’

PSS-Union HS-11-2018RIMERSBURG, Pa. (EYT) – Union High School students participated in “Project Sticker Shock” on November 1 at Rimersburg Beverage.

(Pictured above: left to right – Reice Saylor, Marli Hawk, Lisa Hummel, Kristian Vogle, Clayton Marsh, and Samantha Runyan)

“Project Sticker Shock” is a youth-driven approach designed to reduce youth access to alcohol. It attacks the social availability of alcohol to minors by placing a warning sticker on beer cases. The sticker warns that it is illegal to purchase or provide alcohol to anyone under 21.

The project involves the community by working together to reduce underage drinking and to enforce the underage drinking laws.

It also permits youth to have a voice in addressing the problem of availability of alcohol to minors.

For information on this project and other drug and alcohol services, visit the Armstrong-Indiana-Clarion Drug and Alcohol Commission website here.


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