Take Note Radio: Teens and Alcohol & Ulster Project

It is estimated that nearly 2/3 of high school seniors consume alcohol, the drug of choice for teenagers. That same drug is also the leading cause of death for those under age 21. We talk with Steve Schmidt, the director of the Bureau of Alcohol Education at the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, about what's being done to combat underage drinking. In the second half of the program, we speak with Kathy and Larry Dansky about the Ulster Project. Through the Ulster Project, Protestant and Catholic kids come to places like Central PA--for a family homestay and to learn they can get along with each other. Guests: Steve Schmidt, Kathy and Larry Dansky