Lock Haven University student, Catherine Mohn, recently received a citation of recognition from the Lycoming County Commissioners for her service to the youth throughout the county.
Mohn, a community and public health major at LHU, regularly engages in community-based participatory research with the Youth Development Task Force (YDTF). The task force’s research has been accepted for presentation at the annual PA Public Health Association/PA Office of Rural Health Conference, which will be held on April 3 in Lancaster, and to the SHAPE America National Conference, which will be held March 23-25 in Nashville, Tennessee.
“The humbling work done by the Youth Development Task Force of Lycoming County is truly remarkable. The local high school students are leading the way on mental health awareness and drug use prevention in their communities. It is an honor to get this citation and the opportunity to learn and work alongside the task force as they are making a needed difference,” Mohn said.
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