Eber Garcia, a student at Kerman High who is a member of the Youth Leadership Institute chapter of Fresno, works alongside other teens to put stickers on alcohol products to promote awareness of underage drinking at the southeast Fresno Foods Co store on Oct. 28.
Eber Garcia, a student at Kerman High who is a member of the Youth Leadership Institute chapter of Fresno, works alongside other teens to put stickers on alcohol products to promote awareness of underage drinking at the southeast Fresno Foods Co store on Oct. 28. JESSICA JOHNSON jjohnson@fresnobee.com
Eber Garcia, a student at Kerman High who is a member of the Youth Leadership Institute chapter of Fresno, works alongside other teens to put stickers on alcohol products to promote awareness of underage drinking at the southeast Fresno Foods Co store on Oct. 28. JESSICA JOHNSON jjohnson@fresnobee.com

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