Area retailers support Project Sticker Shock

Illinois Drug Free Youth participated in Project Sticker Shock on Wednesday in Lincoln.

Project Sticker Shock is a community prevention program put on by the Illinois Liquor Control Commission to decrease underage drinking by reminding adults not to buy alcohol for underage youth. The students put the stickers on packaged liquor after the stores give permission. The students love doing this activity, and the community is reminded of their responsibility.

Pictures by Camille Springer, Logan County community prevention coordinator, Chestnut Health Systems


Casey's in Lincoln


5th St. Food Mart


Thorntons on Woodlawn

Beck Oil in Lincoln


Qik-n-EZ on Keokuk

Putting stickers on at Casey's




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