MHS students engaged in anti-meth campaign at Main in Motion
Montrosepress.com, June 21, 2013
According to Natalie Moureaux, a Montrose High School student and volunteer on the Teen Advisory Council for the Colorado Meth Project, one reason the drug is so dangerous is that it is highly addictive. For that reason, she and fellow MHS students Jacob Taylor and Brad Sawyer set up a booth at Thursday’s Main in Motion asking young people to sign a pledge never to try meth.
“When I joined the Teen Advisory Council, they told us to do a project either in our school or in the community,” Taylor said. “We thought Main in Motion would be a great way to reach people, so here we are.”
Taylor said his father works with people rehabbing from methamphetamine and that is how he decided to get involved.