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    ASAP is Hiring!

    ASAP is looking for an energetic person who enjoys working with a variety of people to fill an open Project Coordinator position. The project coordinator is responsible for overseeing implementation of grant activities, planning community health interventions, and establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships. A complete job description is listed below, but if these characteristics describe you, […]

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    Register to win a chance to Kick for Cash at a Clinton High School home football game!

      Click here to register.   “The ASAP of Anderson I am one Campaign’s Kick for Cash Contest” Rules: 1. To be eligible, you must fill out the registration survey above completely. 2.  One person will be drawn the day before each Clinton High School home football game and will be contacted via phone and by email […]

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    Ally Account — Submitted by: Hope Hicks

        I have been a part of the A.S.A.P. Youth Coalition for 3 years. I joined the A.S.A.P. Youth Coalition because I wanted to make a difference in my school, family, and community, and because I was tired of seeing those I’ve grown up with slowly destroying themselves by using drugs, alcohol, etc.   […]

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