Greenville parks voted tobacco-free

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Photo Courtesy of Betsy Rykard

The Florida Department of Health (FDOH) of Madison, along with Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT), visited the Greenville Town Council during their regular meeting on Monday, July 11, to urge the council to vote to approve Resolution 2016-6, which would require all of the town's parks to be labeled as tobacco-free. The council approved this request unanimously and received three signs to place in the parks. In the front row, pictured from left to right, are: Ashton Terry, SWAT; Bill Kuhl, SWAT; Joi Collins, Councilmember; Brandi Seabrooks, Councilmember and Barbara Dansey, Councilmember. In the back row, pictured from left to right, are: Trista Agner, SWAT Coordinator; Chris Kuhl, SWAT Chairman and Calvin Malone, Greenville Mayor. Not pictured: Leila Rykard, Tobacco Program Specialist for FDOH-Madison and Councilmember Kovacherich Arnold.

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