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Youth Around the Country Prepare to Kick Butts

Annual day of activism helps kids — and adults — turn down tobacco

Posted by: Editor | Feb 16, 2011

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The 16th annual Kick Butts Day is coming on March 23, 2011.

What is it?

A nationwide event where young people stand out, speak up and seize control against tobacco!

All day, and all across the country, youth hold events that educate their peers about tobacco, advocate for strong tobacco-control policies and protest cuts in funding for programs that keep kids from smoking and help smokers quit.

 

 

Take a minute to take a look!

 

Start thinking about what kind of event you want to do — and see the 2011 Kick Butts Day guide for dozens of activity ideas.

Already decided to hold a Kick Butts Day event? Don't forget to register to get on our Google map and get noticed!

 

 

 

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