DJs Helping Students Make the Right Choices

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Andrew Keister and Bryon Carey started out doing sound and lighting for school assemblies on the dangers of alcohol. With the proliferation of the opioid abuse, they switched gears and scaled up to put their talents to work to help fight the epidemic. Through partnerships, they’ve brought their message of hope to high schools all over our area.

 

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