MOOERS More than two dozen adults and youth celebrated with the winners of the "Change Our Name" Contest on Friday, March 9, 2007, at the Town of Mooers Volunteer Fire Department. Both winners, Lee Ouimette and Samantha Stacy, attend Northeastern Clinton Central School. They collaborated to come up with the new name, T.N.T. Youth Revolution, and Eastern Adirondack Health Care Network (EAHCN) hosted a free pizza party in their honor. A social marketing discussion, facilitated by EAHCN's Project Coordinator Michelle Hills, was held in order to brainstorm ideas for advertising that T.N.T. Youth Revolution is a Northern Tier community service group: led by youth who are guided by caring adults. T.N.T.Y.R.'s Community Liaison, Susan Roberts, used the "Conversations on the Go!" flip-book, which allowed youth to ask questions of adults that the youth have wanted answers to - but never made the time to ask. After discussing upcoming plans to host the 2nd Annual Roy Hurd Songwriting Workshop, to be held on Saturday, May 5, 2007, everyone played team-building games, such as the face-to-face, smiley face relay race among others, and then ate piles of pizzas. T.N.T. Youth Revolution (T.N.T.Y.R.) is designed to get everyone involved in raising healthy, happy, responsible youth who live in the Chazy Central Rural School, Northern Adirondack Central School, or Northeastern Clinton Central School districts. Ideas for community service projects are welcome and our next monthly meeting will be held in the NCCS Library on Thursday, April 19, 2007, at 2:45 p.m. (for youth) and at 4:45 p.m. (for adults). Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend!