KC gets donation to help reduce drug/tobacco use


The Keystone Central Foundation recently presented the school district and IMPACT/West Branch Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission with a $2,000 contribution to be utilized by the Central Mountain Middle School and Central Mountain High School. As a result of an anonymous donation in 2015, the Keystone Central Foundation has awarded each school $1,000 per year to further their efforts in reducing destructive decisions by youth including the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. IMPACT works with the local schools to provide positive messaging programs throughout the district. Pictured from left are Danielle Hardy of West Branch Drug and Alcohol; Dave Peters, Central Mountain Middle School Principal; Melissa Bottorf, Executive Director of the Keystone Central Foundation; Joni Bumbarger, IMPACT Coordinator; and Wayne Allison, President of the Keystone Central Foundation board.


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