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home : news : north central illinois   February 6, 2016

9/26/2013 6:12:00 AM
Teens make rounds reminding not to buy booze for teens


NewsTribune photo/Katlyn RumboldA group of teenagers went around to six Princeton businesses along with two police officers and the Bureau/Putnam County Community Partners Against Substance Abuse director Dawn Conerton to promote the newly established underage drinking awareness campaign, “Your Actions Matter,” coordinated through the Illinois Liquor Control Commission. They were posting messages around town in the form of window decals, signs, and posters to inhibit underage drinking in businesses where alcohol is sold such as Wal-Mart and Sullivan’s.
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NewsTribune photo/Katlyn Rumbold
A group of teenagers went around to six Princeton businesses along with two police officers and the Bureau/Putnam County Community Partners Against Substance Abuse director Dawn Conerton to promote the newly established underage drinking awareness campaign, “Your Actions Matter,” coordinated through the Illinois Liquor Control Commission. They were posting messages around town in the form of window decals, signs, and posters to inhibit underage drinking in businesses where alcohol is sold such as Wal-Mart and Sullivan’s.
Katlyn Rumbold
Princeton Bureau Chief



A group of teenagers went around to six Princeton businesses along with two police officers and the Bureau/Putnam County CPASA director Dawn Conerton to promote the newly established underage drinking awareness campaign, “Your Actions Matter,” coordinated through the Illinois Liquor Control Commission.










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