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Youth with Vision members who helped create a successful Mud Mania event were Kat Turpen, North Kansas City; Carah Sage, North Platte; Joe Hoyt, Staley; Casey Flynn, Staley; Jake Wolfe, Smithville; Madelyn Judah, Park Hill South; Destiny Adams, Kearney; Amber Thrasher, North Kansas City; and (not in photograph) Kennedea Caldwell, Park Hill.

High School Graduates Help Mud Mania Success

Youth With Vision (YWV) members who recently graduated from high school were recognized for all their hard work and efforts in prevention advocacy at the June 24 Mud Mania held at Smithville Lake.

The group members and their high schools are Kat Turpen, North Kansas City; Carah Sage, North Platte; Joe Hoyt, Staley; Casey Flynn, Staley; Jake Wolfe, Smithville; Madelyn Judah, Park Hill South
; Destiny Adams, Kearney; Amber Thrasher, North Kansas City; and Kennedea Caldwell, Park Hill.

Youth With Vision, which has the support of Tri-County Mental Health Services, is composed of dedicated high school students from Clay, Platte and Ray counties. They have been nationally recognized for their success in changing social norms by educating their peers about the reality of the negative impact substances have on their health and futures.

For more information about YWV contact Tri-County Mental Health Youth Prevention Specialist Sherri Miller at sherrim@tri-countymhs.org or 816-965-1018.

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