Some Fallon County teens will have their original artwork depicting the dangers of meth use on display until at least Sept. 15. Teens participating in “Paint the State” sponsored by the Montana Meth Project are sharing their original artwork for a worthy cause.
By Lori Kesinger
The Montana Meth Project is a statewide prevention program intent on reducing meth use through public messaging and community outreach. The goal is to inform people with the facts about meth before they are presented with the opportunity to try it.
Public voting is open until Sept. 15 and individuals can vote once a day for a project. Go to: montanameth.org for the “Paint the State” links to vote or: apps.facebook.com/whcontests/paint-the-state.