Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids honors Sheffield teen
A Sheffield teenager has been named a National Youth and Young Adult Ambassadors by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, according to the campaign.
Carson Seat, 15, helped passed tobacco-free ordinances in Alabama, according to a release from the campaign.
“Through his continued work with Smoke-Free Shoals, he will further his advocacy skills and contribute to policy priorities across Alabama and at the national level, while assisting his peers find their voices as advocate,” the release states.
The other Alabamian is Summer Harrison, 14, Gordan, according to the campaign.
“She has been involved with tobacco control and prevention for one year through her local group 334 Prevention Project’s Youth Council,” the release states.
They are among a total of 133 youth and young adults from 33 states.