The Alabama Sports Festival sponsors the Alabama Students Against Tobacco (ASAT) Ambassador Program. The Ambassadors work to encourage their peers to avoid tobacco products and serve as positive role models in their community. They may be called upon to represent the program at various public functions, to record public service announcements speaking out against tobacco use, or to appear on radio and television talk shows. Students from across the state are chosen for this prestigious honor to represent six areas of the state. The four students chosen from Murphy High School are members of the school's Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) group and will represent Area 5, which includes Mobile, Baldwin, Washington, Clark, and Choctaw counties. Those pictured in the photo from left to right are: Luka Sogorovic, Hilary Young, MHS Principal William Smith, Haley Hastings, and Christina Cook
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