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TGU-Towner celebrates ‘Kick Butts Day’ to fight tobacco usage

March 22, 2013
Minot Daily News
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TGU-Towner students celebrated Kick Butts Day on Wednesday by whiting out their faces in recognition of the 800 people who die of tobacco-related diseases in North Dakota each year. Back row, from left to right: Hunter Schell, Ally Gould, Lane Schmitt, Mattie Schmitt, Tucker Goodman, Caley Nelson, Reed Hermanson, Delrae Latendresse, and Andy Huwe. Kneeling, from left to right: Angie Anderson, Lexi Zahn, Shelby Zahn, Samantha Drader, and Cole Bethke. Front row, from left to right, McKenzie Bryn and Amanda Pratt. Kick Butts Day is organized by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and sponsored by United Health Foundation. On Kick Butts Day, students educate their classmates about the dangers of tobacco use and harmful marketing practices by the tobacco industry.
 
 

 

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