Taking stock of the positive influences on local teens
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It's not often that a 14-year-old is the selling point to a group of more than two dozen adults. But then again, not every 14-year-old can captivate a crowd of parents, community leaders and school officials like Angela Schilz did Wednesday night at the Hill County Electric Cooperative.
Schilz, along with eight other teenagers from Red Lodge, was in Havre to promote a 40-question survey that asks kids to identify assets in their lives. And maybe more significantly, Schilz said, it encourages youth and adults to work together.
Efforts are under way by the Rev. Brad Ulgenes, pastor at First L...