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Youth against tobacco group meets on second Mondays

The Youth in Action Against Tobacco Council is a group of middle and high school students from Rowan-Salisbury Schools who educate other youth on the dangers of tobacco use. They participate in community events, encouraging youth to stop tobacco use or never start using tobacco.
The group is currently recruiting new members. It meets the second Monday of each month, 7:15-8:30 p.m.
The next meeting, July 21, will be at Rowan Public Library; Aug. 11 at Pizza Hut on East Innes Street; Sept. 8 and Oct. 13 at Rowan Public Library; and Nov. 10 at Farmhouse Restaurant.
Dinner is provided free at all YIAATC meetings.
For more information, call Natalie G. Gray, Youth Tobacco Prevention manager, 704- 216-8849.

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