FNL is a place for young people to come together and make positive changes in their schools and communities. SLO County has FNL chapters at almost every high school and middle school across the county. FNL members meet regularly as a chapter at school, with an adult advisor, to plan activities that create awareness and change around alcohol, tobacco, other drug and violence issues affecting the youth of San Luis Obispo County. Friday Night Live membership is open at participating high schools and middle schools to anyone who is interested and who commits to a healthy lifestyle free from alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Students have the opportunity to develop their leadership skills through annual FNL youth trainings, leadership conferences and school wide youth issues conferences. FNL youth plan school and countywide events for all students to attend as positive, fun alternatives to potentially unsafe activities. Movie nights, beach clean-ups, dodgeball tournaments, Winter Socials, 24-Hour Relay Challenges and the Countywide Mock Rock are a few examples of activities that happen in FNL.
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