Attention Angelina County high school juniors! Applications for the Drug-Free All Star program are now available. Drug-Free All Stars serve as drug, alcohol and tobacco-free role models to the community and promote healthy living for Angelina County residents. All high school juniors that are passionate about being drug, alcohol and tobacco-free are eligible for the program. Applications can be picked up at The Coalition office, at any Angelina County high school, or printed off from www.angelinacoalition.org. The deadline for applications is Thursday, May 31st.
Over the past 30 years, The Coalition has focused on eliminating the use of harmful substances by affecting public policy, laws, attitudes and behaviors, all in an effort to foster healthy life-long choices for the local community. Since the inception of the Drug-Free All Star program, The Coalition has trained over 1,300 youth as drug, alcohol and tobacco-free leaders in the community. For more information on the Drug-Free All Star program, please contact The Coalition at (936) 634-9308 or visit www.angelinacoalition.org.
- Ezra McMullin graduated high school and decided it was time to get to work. Initially, he worked for his grandparents at Huntington Market & Deli or better known as Dean’s in the area. He transition to working as an office clerk in a law firm before making the move to MSGPR as a videographer and content manager. It was an easy switch fueled by passions he pursued in his free time, where he watches plenty of Youtube, and spurred an interest in the video editing world. He's putting passion to work, learning how to shoot and edit videos, and says it’s a lot more fun than he expected. He is studying at Angelina College and enjoys playing golf, hanging with friends and his girlfriend, and staying up past 3am playing X Box telling himself he'll just play one more level before bed.