Health Contest To Get Students Away From Chewing Tobacco

A new state health contest aims to get high school athletes on the field but away from chewing tobacco.

It's the Kentucky "No-Spit All-Stars Contest."

Coaches, friends, and fans can nominate high school baseball players who pledge to stay away from smokeless tobacco.

This week, Lynn Camp's Tyler Brock is one of four players in the state who are in an online competition to see who can get the highest honor.

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  • by JOHN Location: Hyden on Apr 18, 2008 at 06:09 AM
    If legislators would have been responsible and passed a heafty tax on tobacco then you might not need the contest or the radiation therapy later.
  • by Dan on Apr 18, 2008 at 05:01 AM
    Why not hold a contest to see who can stay out others bis.This is a lot of folks with nothing to do.Get a life.


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