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Tobacco Free Partnership of Clay County appoints 2016-2017 Advisory Council
September 8, 2016

ORANGE PARK, FL — The Tobacco Free Partnership of Clay County has appointed its 2016-2017 Advisory Council.  Advisory Council members assume a leadership role in regard to tobacco control, advocacy, education, prevention and policy change in Clay County.

Chief Gary Goble of the Orange Park Police Department, Jose Morales of the Clay County Health Department, and Skylar Jade a Senior from Orange Park High School SWAT are returning to the Advisory Council again this year. Stephanie Geoghagan with the Clay Action Coalition and Annalea Rix a Junior from Middleburg High School SWAT are new to the Advisory Council this year.


From L to R: Chief Gary Goble, Jose Morales, Stephanie Geoghagan, Skylar Jade, Annalea Rix

The Tobacco Free Partnership of Clay County is dedicated to the creation of tobacco-free social norms through a combination of community education, youth advocacy, and changes in local tobacco policies.  The mission of the Tobacco Free Partnership of Clay County reflects the goals of the CDC Best Practices, especially in regards to changes in local tobacco policies to create and promote tobacco-free social norms.

For more information on the work of the Tobacco Free Partnership of Clay County, contact Tobacco Free Partnership of Clay County, Lea Rhoden, at LRhoden@QuitDoc.com.