Youth2Youth receives funding to educate teens

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BELOIT - Youth2Youth 4 Change, a coalition whose vision is to reduce youth substance abuse, was the recipient of a Stateline Community Foundation Women's Foundation Grant to educate teens and young women on the harmful effects of vaping.

With the assistance of this funding, teen advocates will be trained in public speaking and marketing, and a campaign will be developed to educate young girls, as well as community leaders, about the dangers of vaping.

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Beloit Janesville Symphony Orchestra to perform on Oct. 6

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Public invited to join focus group on senior services

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September exhibits open at Beloit College

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Alzheimer's Association to hold walk in Beloit

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