On Friday, March 17, 2017, freshmen students at Clinton County High School participated in the Truth and Consequences event. “Truth and Consequences: The Choice Is Yours” is an enrichment event designed to allow students to see the consequences of drug and alcohol abuse. Students were given scenarios and then visited appropriate officials as if they had actually engaged in the behavior. Parents and volunteers worked with the youth as they visited booths, such as court system, school administration, counselors, and jail. Students also participated in interactive and informative sessions with Mary Trotman of the U.S. Attorney's Office and representatives from the office of Probation and Parole. At the conclusion of the event, a mock accident was staged, with participating organizations such as law enforcement, hospital, and ministers, responding accordingly. The event included over 150 students, parents, volunteers, and community partners. Truth and Consequences is organized by the County Cooperative Extension Office.