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St. Lawrence Reality Check Teens visit Capitol Building in Albany
Wednesday, February 26, 2014 - 6:14 am

St. Lawrence Reality Check Teens recently visited the Capitol Building in Albany where they spent the day in meetings with lawmakers discussing the importance of protecting youth from tobacco. When they were not in meetings the group talked to others about “What’s in Store for Kids?”. Shauna Rickett, middle, from Ogdensburg received an honorable mention accolade during an award ceremony in the Capitol Building. Rickett is a longtime St. Lawrence Reality Check member and has been a youth advocate for tobacco control for years. Pictured from left: Ashley Frank, Reality Check Assistant Coordinator, Kaitlyn Reynolds, Shauna Rickett, Jessica Payne, Alexa Stowe, Reality Check Coordinator, Elizabeth Oney and Lily Clifford.

 

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