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COLORADO: Peer to Peer: Teens Work to Educate Peers on Pregnancy, STDs at CCHS




 

Canon City Daily Record (Colorado) (05.19.2013)

A group of teens from Cañon City High School in Cañon City, Colo., are working to share facts and information about sex with other teens as The Cañon City Teen Advisors. The group, which is sponsored by the Cañon City Pregnancy Center, speaks to any church or school group that invites them, talking about sex and STDs and offering support and encouragement to those who need it. For more information on the group, visit www.canoncitypregnancycenter.com/cms2/index.php?page=teen-advisors.



 


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