Taking Action
to make things better

Deschutes County

We've Still Got Work to Do

But We're on the Right Track

Randy Olano

Bend

Hear how Randy Olano, the owner of Grocery Outlet in Bend is making a difference and protecting the children in his community by selling healthy products instead of tobacco.

Hear how Randy Olano, the owner of Grocery Outlet in Bend is making a difference and protecting the children in his community by selling healthy products instead of tobacco.

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Think Again Parents

La Pine

Think Again Parents, an organization in La Pine Oregon sees how the Tobacco industry is targeting children with flavored e-cigarettes in colorful packaging. They encourage policy changes that will protect children in their community.

Think Again Parents, an organization in La Pine Oregon sees how the Tobacco industry is targeting children with flavored e-cigarettes in colorful packaging. They encourage policy changes that will protect children in their community.

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The Numbers Are Starting to Improve

Taylor Johnson

Bend

Taylor Johnson, a student at Mountain View High School in Bend, sees that flavored e-cigarettes are enticing more of her peers to start using tobacco products. She’s fighting to protect her community by encouraging her generation to live tobacco-free.

Taylor Johnson, a student at Mountain View High School in Bend, sees that flavored e-cigarettes are enticing more of her peers to start using tobacco products. She’s fighting to protect her community by encouraging her generation to live tobacco-free.

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Tammy Baney

Deschutes County

Deschutes County Commissioner Tammy Baney played a key role in the decision to make all county properties tobacco-free.

Deschutes County Commissioner

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Here's how you can help

Contact your local Deschutes County representative

Penny Pritchard

Tobacco Prevention Coordinator

(541) 322-7481

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