Lehman H.S. students take part in anti-underage drinking campaign

Lehman High School students took part in a bottle tagging campaign that urges parents to talk to their teens about the risks of underage drinking.

The bottle tagging campaign comes on the heels

The bottle tagging campaign comes on the heels of prom season for local high schools.

THE BRONX - Lehman High School students took part in a bottle tagging campaign that urges parents to talk to their teens about the risks of underage drinking.

The campaign, sponsored by the Throggs Neck Community Action Partnership, comes on the heels of prom season for local high schools.

The students spent the day putting tags on alcoholic beverages in retail stores while promoting the partnership’s website, http://theriskisreal.org

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