Sticker Shock program slated

TICONDEROGA The Ticonderoga-Putnam-Hague Connecting Youth and Communities Coalition will host its fourth sticker shock campaign. Communities Mobilizing for a Change in Alcohol director Randy Bevins has mobilized adult and youth volunteers for the next Sticker Shock program to run on Dec. 15. The Sticker Shock campaign consists of youth from the middle and high schools gathering as a group and then traveling to all local alcohol retailers where they place stickers that are shaped like a badge, brightly colored, and read a warning to the purchaser that buying alcohol for minors can carry both a $1,000 fine and up to a year in jail as a consequence. The Dec. 15 Sticker Shock will start at 10 a.m. at the Ticonderoga Armory and will finish back at the Armory with pizza for the participating students at approximately noon. For more information about Sticker Shock Bevins at 585-6934 or Sticker Shock Team Leader Linda Hundson at 351-5007.

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