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Students from ACHS working for Smoke Free Ordinance

' If you would like to help make Adair County healthier contact Jelaine Harlow at 270-384-2286.
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By Jelaine Harlow

Students from Adair County High School are seeking support for a smoke free ordinance for Adair County. Students had a booth at The Extension Home & Garden Expo to share information & gain support with 100 postcards signed in support. An ordinance would prevent smoking in enclosed public places & enclosed places of employment. Private homes & outside public areas would not be included. Students are wearing shirts they designed. Smoke Free Communities are good for workers health, business and the economy. If you would like to help make Adair County healthier contact Jelaine Harlow at 270-384-2286. - Jelaine



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Students work for Smoke Free Adair Co. ordinance



2016-06-02 - Adair County Schools Campus, Columbia, KY - Photo by Jelaine Harlow, Adair County Health Department .
100 signers at Home & Garden Expo - Students from Adair County High School are seeking support for a smoke free ordinance for Adair County. Above, from left: Michaela Walker, Taylor Lawhorn & Makayla Smith. Students had a booth at The Extension Home & Garden Expo to share information & gain support with 100 postcards signed in support. An ordinance would prevent smoking in enclosed public places & enclosed places of employment. Private homes & outside public areas would not be included. Students are wearing shirts they designed. Smoke Free Communities are good for workers health, business and the economy. If you would like to help make Adair County healthier contact Jelaine Harlow at 270-384-2286.

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