The Calhoun Tobacco Coalition had their annual dinner last night at Calhoun Middle/High School. Awards and recognition went to several local schools, agencies, businesses and individuals, according to project director Carlene Frederick.

A large crowd of students, teachers and parents enjoyed the spaghetti dinner which was followed by entertainment, Fiddlin' Jake Krack and Holly Burch. The keynote speaker was Dr. Daniel Foster.

Special recognition went to Calhoun Banks and Calhoun Middle/High School. Also an award was presented to the Parent Education Resource and the Family Resource Network. Several individuals made contributions to the anti-tobacco program, including Peig Schmitz, Tony Richards, Coach Bucky Stewart, Andy Bremar, Gus Nelson, Henry Cooper and Tony Russell.

Arnoldsburg Elementary School received a special $200 award for their participation in the Tobacco Coalition.

SCAT members helped with the event and dinner.

School groups from Pleasant Hill Elementary and Arnoldsburg Micro-Society presented skits.

Jake Krack, Ron Blakenship and guests at main table

Large crowd turns out

Carlene Frederick

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