South Central - Region


Counties in the South Central Region Include: 

Bedford, Coffee, Giles, Hickman, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Marshall, Maury, Moore, Perry, Wayne

Tennessee Teens in Action

Tobacco is no longer accepted as a social norm; Tennessee teens are educating their peers and influencing younger youth on the dangers of tobacco. 

Perry County High School Softball Team

Tobacco-Free Softball

Perry County High School Softball team is choosing to be tobacco-free! Way to go!

February 2020

Vaping Presentation

TNSTRONG Ambassador

Alyssa Grinder recently educated multiple people on the harmful effects of using tobacco products at the Medical Missions event that was held on September 28th, in Hohenwald, Tennessee. Alyssa handed out information and demonstrated the harmful effects that tobacco and e-cigarettes cause to the body, lungs, and others around you. 

November 2019

Moore County High School

Tobacco-Free Baseball

Congrats Moore County High School Baseball team for chooing to take the tobacco-free pledge. 

September 2019


Tobacco-Free Baseball

Shoutouts go to Westwood Middle School! Their baseball team is tobacco-free! CONGRATULATIONS!!!

April 2019


Ambassador Presentation

Alyssa Grinder presented at her local 4-H about her experience in 4-H, TNSTRONG, and her achievements. Way to go Alyssa!

March 2020

Perry County High School Softball Team

Tobacco-Free Baseball

Way to go Perry County High School Baseball team for choosing to be tobacco-free!. 

February 2020



Earlier this month TNSTRONG students in Lewis County educated mothers and daughters on the dangers of e-cigarettes and vaping with a game of Tobacco Jeopardy at their 13th Annual Petals and Pearls Program. More than 100 attended! Way to go Lewis County!

February 2019

Lewis County March 2018

Peer to Peer Tobacco Prevention Education

TNSTRONG youth from Lewis County presented tobacco facts to their peers during the 15th Annual Teen Safe Night. The event, a program hosted by the Lewis County Health Council’s Youth/Tobacco Subcommittee, was held on March 23rd. The high school students facilitated four sessions of Tobacco 101 and followed up with a game of Tobacco Jeopardy for an audience of 7th and 8th graders.

March 2018