Support continues to grow for the "Staying Clean Club" at the Harrison Career Center. The club aims to prevent students from using drugs through educational programs and incentives.
As a member of the club, students are subjected to random drug tests. Harrison Community Hospital phlebotomists, Ashley Greer and Chelesa Sentich, recently administered drug tests to approximately 66 students at the Career Center.
The program is completely voluntary and offers several perks to its members. In addition to giving students another reason to say "no," membership provides employers with the assurance of hiring a drug-free employee.
The Harrison County Staying Clean Club has been supported by Harrison Community Hospital, Judge Matthew Puskarich and the Harrison County Juvenile Court, the Cadiz Police Department, Markwest Energy Partners, the Presbyterian Church of Cadiz and the New Rumley United Methodist Church. For more information about the club, feel free to contact the school at 740-942-2148.
Pictured, from left, are students Erik Williams, Josie Goodlan, Savannah Everhart, Greg Fogle, Zoe Schupp, Shelby Welch, Nick Gray, and phlebotomists Ashley Greer and Chelesa Sentich.