Meet the YAB

All the posts published.

Hey everybody!   My name is Carleigh and this is my first blog! Also this is my first year as a  Generation Free Youth Advisory Board member, but before we get into why I decided to become YAB member let me tell you a little bit about myself. I am 14 years old and a freshman at Lawrence County High School (Go Cougars!) in Monticello. I love barrel racing and …

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Hi guys! Welcome to my first blog post! I am Pier Thompson, and this is my first year as a Generation Free Youth Advisory Board member. It has been an amazing experience that has allowed me to meet and work with some fun, cool people. It’s been absolutely wonderful to be able to enjoy so many fun activities and make such a huge impact in my community as well. The …

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Hey guys! Welcome to my first blog! My name is Carneilus, and this is my first year being a part of the Youth Advisory Board. I decided to join this team because I wanted to make a positive change in my community while also encouraging and educating others to do the same. I have enjoyed every aspect of being on the YAB, and can’t wait to experience what more it will bring in the future. …

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Hey y’all!  Welcome to my first blog!  My name is Taylor, and this is my first year on the Youth Advisory Board.  I’m sure you can tell by the previous blog posts, but I get to work with some of the coolest people ever!  It’s been so great to be a part of something so fun.  So, I would like to tell you a little about me and just how …

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Hey guys, it’s Jade here! No please, hold the applause. Calm your brain cells. Today, we are going to take a dive into the life of Jade. I am a senior at Northwest Rankin High School (go cougars!) and am planning on graduating early in December. Not only am I a member of Generation Free (of course), I am also president of the Students Against Destructive Decisions club and co-president …

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Ready to Take the Pledge?

As part of the Generation FREE movement, it is my responsibility to help my peers understand how they can reach their goals and realize their dreams. I know that tobacco kills nearly 4,700 people in Mississippi every single year, and the tobacco industry wants young people like me to replace all of the people who die from using their products every year. That's why I pledge to be tobacco free and help my peers and others in my community understand the dangers of all tobacco products.

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