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Sturgeon Bay: Students tackle the big issues

6:29 AM, Jun. 12, 2013
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For the last eight weeks of the school year, six Sturgeon Bay High School students met to discuss issues that affect teens in their school and community.

Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) formed during the 2011-12 school year after a group of students watched a documentary about human trafficking. The group, made up of six girls, also gave a presentation on the topic at the Teen Summit on Dating and Sexual Violence conference in Wisconsin Dells.

This year Sturgeon Bay High School counselor Jennifer O'Handley and HELP of Door County have been working with the girls to better ...

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