Creighton Prep students to discuss Whiteclay at Project Extra Mile coalition meeting

Join Project Extra Mile for the March 11th coalition meeting, beginning at 10:00 a.m.  A number of Creighton Prep students have been working in recent months to bring increased attention and change to the travesty in Whiteclay, Nebraska.  Creighton Prep students Cameron Popp, Andrew Schropp and Ian Langin will share a short video they’ve produced and talk about their continued plans to make a difference in Whiteclay.  (See also: Students target Whiteclay liquor sales.)

The meeting is held at the La Vista Police Department at 7701 South 96th Street (south of Harrison Street).

Project Extra Mile is a network of community coalitions working in Nebraska to prevent underage drinking.  There are active coalitions in the following counties: Cedar, Dawson, Dodge, Douglas, Hall, Madison, Platte, Sarpy, Saunders, Scotts Bluff, Washington and Wayne.


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