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April 9, 2014, 12:35 pm

Virgil Shipley/News Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Kamal Nelson, with paper at right, talks with student athletes at Fredericktown High School who will serve as representatives and take five minutes to discuss the importance of drug abuse awareness with their peers. Also present in the talks are Joseph Saks, Knox County Assistant Prosecutor, left, and Staff Sgt. Josh Mohler, Ohio Army National Guard.

Virgil Shipley/News Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Kamal Nelson, with paper at right, talks with student athletes at Fredericktown High School who will serve as representatives and take five minutes to discuss the importance of drug abuse awareness with their peers. Also present in the talks are Joseph Saks, Knox County Assistant Prosecutor, left, and Staff Sgt. Josh Mohler, Ohio Army National Guard. Buy Now

 


FREDERICKTOWN — High school students around Knox County are learning how to spread the word about the importance of drug abuse awareness and that it only takes “5 Minutes for Life.”

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