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BBHS Junior Named 2019 Public Health Honoree!

On Thursday, April 4th, Abraham Baker-Butler, a Junior at the Blind Brook High School, was honored by the Westchester County Board of Health with a 2019 Public Health Honoree Award. Mr. Baker-Butler was recognized for his leadership role of Students Against Nicotine, a student-led nonprofit organizatin dedicated to preventing teen vaping and use of e-cigrarettes. Westchester County Executive George Latimer presented the award to Mr. Baker-Butler along with his fellow award winners. The Blind Brook School District commends Abraham Baker-Butler on his receipt of this award as well as for the outstanding work that he has done to deserve it! Photos from the event can be seen below.

Program for the award ceremony Abraham Baker-Butler poses with Dr. Ross and Mr. Schuelein with his award Abraham Baker-Butler poses with George Latimer at the awards ceremony Westchester County Executive George Latimer poses with the award recipients