AT&T Aspire helps Brown County teens stay in school

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NASHVILLE, Ind.–AT&T announced Monday that it has donated money to Brown County to keep high school graduates on track to graduate. A contribution of $10,000 was made by AT&T Aspire to the Brown County Community Foundation in support of LifeSkills, a substance abuse prevention plan aimed at teens. LifeSkills is an evidence-based program that is designed to reduce alcohol and other illicit drug use by as much as 80%.

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