Four County Career Center students join drug free clubs


Madison Eyer of Pettisville is shown receiving rewards for joining Drug Free Clubs from Karlee Badenhop, Job Placement/Workforce Development Coordinator.

Madison Eyer of Pettisville is shown receiving rewards for joining Drug Free Clubs from Karlee Badenhop, Job Placement/Workforce Development Coordinator.


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This is the fifth year Four County Career Center is offering participation in Drug Free Clubs which was created to help students make wise choices.

As the school works to prepare the workforce of the four county area, school officials said the issue of being drug-free is especially relevant to them and the employers in the area. The Career Center is teamed up with Great Lakes Biomedical for all of the drug testing.

Students choose to join voluntarily and become members by paying a membership fee and passing a 12 panel drug test. Over 190 students have signed up so far this school year.

Everything is kept confidential and when students pass, they are given a membership card earning them rewards and privileges at school and rewards in the community.

Drug Free Clubs is funded through corporate or individual sponsorships. For more information on how to donate, contact Four County Career Center at 419-267-2237.

Madison Eyer of Pettisville is shown receiving rewards for joining Drug Free Clubs from Karlee Badenhop, Job Placement/Workforce Development Coordinator.
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2022/10/web1_2022-dfc-testing-14-1-1.jpgMadison Eyer of Pettisville is shown receiving rewards for joining Drug Free Clubs from Karlee Badenhop, Job Placement/Workforce Development Coordinator. Photo provided