STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT STOPPING TOBACCO MARKETING -- Brighton Elementary School students Leah Delabruere, Nathan Delabruere, Gabe Blake and Erin Brunelle display the "counter-advertising" poster they made in a workshop about how tobacco marketing targets youth. The workshop was lead by HealthWorks Coalition coordinator Lesley Becker (in back).
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