By Jeff Daley – email
HATTIESBURG, MS. (WDAM) - Mississippians advocating against underage drinking, or "MAAUD" has teamed with Dream of Hattiesburg and Pine Belt Mental health in a campaign to warn adults that providing alcohol to minors is illegal.
Students from the student optimist club "Dream" will be placing green stickers on beer cases at both of the locally owned Handy Pantry's in Hattiesburg Monday afternoon. The stickers provide a strong reminder that purchasing and providing alcohol to minors is illegal.
Tuesday afternoon the students will be placing the stickers on beer cases in the Sunflower grocery store on Hardy Street.
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