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Colorado / High School Students / Alcohol and Drugs #597516

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 30, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Crested Butte, Colorado: Roger O'Neil) The way in which one group of teens are dealing with alcohol and drug use and abuse featured; scenes shown of students from a small Colorado high school, who have pledged to be sober and drug free and who, in return, get free ski passes. [Mt. Crested Butte Steve SCOTT, student leadership class president Brad WILLIAMS, STUDENT, student adviser Sandi GARCIA - talk about the program.]

5:48:30 "UPCOMING ITEMS (Studio: Brian Williams)"

O'Neil, Roger;
Williams, Brian

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