(WMUR, February 15) New Hampshire high school student Heather McGlauflin, who is active in local youth drug prevention efforts, recently spoke on a panel during the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America.
McGlauflin, a senior at Goffstown High School, was the only student to speak on this year's panel.
“I really just talked about how I think you can get more peers involved and I think one of the big steps in getting peer involvement is to use other peers because I think messages are really well received when they're coming from their own peers,” McGlauflin said. She was honored with an award after returning from the conference. Read more.