Youth summit

Jake White (right, at drums) gets some nervous energy out by playing the drums and leading students in a chant prior to delivering is drug prevention message.

Almost everyone’s life path can be broken down to whether they choose to take shortcuts or whether they make the effort to develop skill sets, according to one expert.

Jake White spoke to a group of county high school students Thursday as part of the Youth Summit held at the Montpelier Superior School and hosted by the ECHO (Educating Communities on Healthy Opportunities) Coalition.


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