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District Attorney Marsha Purdue, right, addresses the students as the other presenters look on: (from left), Allison Gonyo, Brandy Richards, Gail Carmichael, Julie Wolfe and Joe San Antonio. (Photo submitted)


Truth on consequences

Sunday, December 29, 2013 - Updated: 4:51 PM

Indian Lake Central School students in grades 8-12 attended an assembly Friday, Dec. 20, on sexting, provided by the Hamilton County District Attorney Marsha Purdue, Home Run representative Julie Wolfe, Community Services representatives Joe San Antonio, Brandy Richards, Allison Gonyo and Social Services Representative Gail Carmichael. Sexting is transmitting sexually explicit photos through a device such as a cell phone or computer. The representatives explained the possible consequences if a person should be involved with this type of activity.


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