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News Virginian: Area campaign to prevent underage drinking launched

News Virginian reporter Bob Stuart writes about the regional campaign aimed at getting parents to discuss underage drinking with their teenage children.

AFP: GAPP campaign aims to engage parents to prevent underage drinking

AugustaFreePress.com reports on the Let’s be the Influence campaign launch held on July 31, 2015 at City Hall in Waynesboro.

Let’s be the Influence campaign featured on local podcast

AugustaFreePress.com editors Chris and Crystal Graham discuss the Let’s be the Influence campaign and the Greater Augusta Prevention Partners at the top of their news podcast. Recorded on July 30, 2015.

NBC29: Augusta Co. Working to Fight Underage Drinking

NBC29 featured the Greater Augusta Prevention Partners and the Let’s be the Influence launch on their newscast. NBC29’s Tara Todd filed this report on the underage drinking prevention campaign running in August in Waynesboro, Staunton and Augusta County.

WHSV: Let’s be the Influence campaign launched

WHSV-TV3 filed a report on our Let’s be the Influence campaign on July 30, 2015.

Greater Augusta Prevention Partners to launch Let’s Be the Influence campaign

Greater Augusta Prevention Partners will hold a press event on Friday, July 31, at 1 p.m. to discuss the launch of a local Let’s Be the Influence campaign aimed at getting parents to talk to their children and teens about underage drinking.

Augusta County recognizes Underage Drinking Prevention Month

The Central Shenandoah Valley Office on Youth received a proclamation from the Augusta County Board of Supervisors on July 22 in recognition of Underage Drinking Prevention Month. The Office on Youth’s campaign will launch on August 1.

Answer Sex Ed Honestly

The Office on Youth, in conjunction with Answer, of Rutgers University, is pleased to offer a free professional training opportunity.

Teen pregnancy prevention focus of national event

Hundreds of thousands of teens nationwide are expected to participate in the 14th annual National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy on May 6.

The Office on Youth presents: Parent Project

The Central Shenandoah Valley Office on Youth presents Parent Project, a 10-week series of classes providing information and support for local parents.