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Sticking it to meth
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County Commissioner Reggie Loper, left, alongside fellow Commissioner Phil Kieffer, with ECHS YAC members Jessica Kicklighter, 16, and Dillan Duff, 17, show off the anti-meth stickers. - photo by Photo by Calli Arnold
Effingham County’s anti-meth stance is becoming more visible.
In support of the Georgia Meth Project and the Effingham County Family Connections and Communities and Schools, county, school, sheriff and police vehicles will begin displaying decals with the slogan “METH not even once.”
“I think it’s a great thing,” said Effingham County Sheriff Office Chief Deputy Richard Bush. “It’s gonna show the public more that we have a meth problem everywhere, but particularly our county, and that we want to be proactive against it as much as we can.”
For the complete story, see the Friday Jan. 14 print edition of the Effingham Herald.