By: Petronio Genebago, Adventist University of the Philippines, and Adventist Review, shared courtesy Adventist Review

During this year’s annual celebration of the Smoking, Alcohol, and Drugs Free Movement (SADFREE Movement), almost 200 students of the Adventist University of the Philippines (AUP) rallied more than 6,000 public high school students to say no to vices and harmful practices on November 8, 2019.

The program is a joint project of the SADFREE Movement, Adventist University of the Philippines, the municipality of Silang, Cavite, and Adventist Community Services of Cavite Adventist Mission.

This year’s celebration, with its theme of “I Simply Choose Not to Use,” aimed to empower AUP students to work with fellow students of eight public high schools around Silang, Cavite, to save them from harmful vices and practices.

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