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Hi everyone! My name is Amber, and I am in the 10th grade at Manor High School in Portsmouth. This is my first year as a member of Y Street, and it has been an absolutely incredible experience. One of the most amazing things I have participated in was our Rev Your Bev event that we hosted at our school.

The Rev Your Bev campaign works with schools across Virginia, encouraging students to drink water! School events are essential because we are able to engage our peers in conversations about healthy hydration and get them excited about drinking water through fun activities. During our event, tons of students and staff filled out our campaign survey that asked them insightful questions about their water consumption habits, providing them with the opportunity to truly think about their current beverage choices. Collecting surveys are important because we share the information gathered with our school administrators to educate them about Rev Your Bev’s model policy and why it’s beneficial.

Once individuals completed a survey, they were allowed to spin a prize wheel and win a fantastic prize! Prizes included fidget cubes, PopSockets, fun stickers, and more! We also offered delicious fruit-infused water, which our school members thoroughly enjoyed. The event was so successful that many students wanted to know how they could show further support!

I am super excited to continue progressing the Rev Your Bev campaign with my fellow Y Street members and hope to have more events at my school. Water is incredibly important to our health, and we want to make sure our school community knows this.

Want to learn more about the Rev your Bev campaign? Follow us on Instagram: @revyourbev or go to revyourbev.com!

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Turning the Table with Rev Your Bev

Hello! My name is Aliyah and I am currently a junior at Granby High School in Norfolk. This is my second year in Y Street and my first year on the Y Street Leadership Team (YSLT). I have participated in multiple opportunities for our campaigns, Rev Your Bev and Share The Air, that have provided […]

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My Rev Your Bev Experience

Hey! My name is Kevin. I’m a sophomore at Page County High School. This is my first year in Y Street, and so far I’m enjoying it. Recently, some other members and I helped host a Rev Your Bev event at our school and it was a lot of fun. The event took place during […]

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Teamwork

Hello! Our names are Vivian and Ayla, and we are 9th graders at King George High School. This is our first year in Y Street. Recently, we had the amazing opportunity to meet virtually with Delegate Margaret Ransone to discuss Y Street’s campaigns and goals. We first heard about the opportunity to meet with Delegate […]

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My Y Street Training Experience

Hey! My name is Daniela and I am a sophomore at J.R. Tucker High School. I have been a part of Y Street for two years now. This year, as a returning member, participating in the training was straightforward and educational. The training consisted of four online modules. These modules included information about our campaigns, […]

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Brunswick High School Hydrating Youth

Hi, fellow Y Street members! My name is Jaila. I attend Brunswick High School and I am in the 12th grade. I am honored to write about Brunswick’s SECOND Rev Your Bev event this year featuring Russell Middle School! Taking this event to the middle school was a great opportunity to educate younger students about […]

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The First Drop

Hi, my name is Angel. I’m a senior at John Marshall High School. This is my first year part of Y Street. Our Rev Your Bev campaign promotes healthy drinking habits by encouraging students to drink more water. Recently, we held a Rev Your Bev event at our school and I’d love to share my […]

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Hello! My name is Aliyah and I am currently a junior at Granby High School in Norfolk. This is my second year in Y Street and my first year on the Y Street Leadership Team (YSLT). I have participated in multiple opportunities for our campaigns, Rev Your Bev and Share The Air, that have provided me with an in-depth understanding of the issue of tobacco and e-cigarette-use in outdoor spaces and the importance of healthy hydration, as well as the methods by which I can bring about positive change. I have especially enjoyed the Rev Your Bev campaign, which focuses on increasing the promotion of and access to water in Virginia schools.

On March 16, I had the amazing opportunity to participate in a Rev Your Bev tabling event with a St. Patrick’s Day theme that was held during the lunch period at my school! I worked alongside other Y Street members to educate our peers on the benefits of drinking water throughout the day. We asked students to complete a survey to assess individuals’ attitudes and behaviors regarding water consumption and access. Additionally, we provided fruit-infused water samples for everyone to try – apple kiwi and cucumber lime were the delicious options! Initially, I was nervous to approach and introduce students to the campaign. However, engaging with everyone was a rewarding experience.

In participating in events like the Rev Your Bev tabling event, I’ve seen first-hand the impact of youth activism. I look forward to continuing to work with my school’s Y Street members to advocate for Rev Your Bev and Share The Air.

Want to learn more about the Rev Your Bev campaign? Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook: @revyourbev, or go to revyourbev.com!

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A Terrific Tabling Event

Hi everyone! My name is Amber, and I am in the 10th grade at Manor High School in Portsmouth. This is my first year as a member of Y Street, and it has been an absolutely incredible experience. One of the most amazing things I have participated in was our Rev Your Bev event that […]

READ MORE
My Rev Your Bev Experience

Hey! My name is Kevin. I’m a sophomore at Page County High School. This is my first year in Y Street, and so far I’m enjoying it. Recently, some other members and I helped host a Rev Your Bev event at our school and it was a lot of fun. The event took place during […]

READ MORE
Teamwork

Hello! Our names are Vivian and Ayla, and we are 9th graders at King George High School. This is our first year in Y Street. Recently, we had the amazing opportunity to meet virtually with Delegate Margaret Ransone to discuss Y Street’s campaigns and goals. We first heard about the opportunity to meet with Delegate […]

READ MORE
My Y Street Training Experience

Hey! My name is Daniela and I am a sophomore at J.R. Tucker High School. I have been a part of Y Street for two years now. This year, as a returning member, participating in the training was straightforward and educational. The training consisted of four online modules. These modules included information about our campaigns, […]

READ MORE
Brunswick High School Hydrating Youth

Hi, fellow Y Street members! My name is Jaila. I attend Brunswick High School and I am in the 12th grade. I am honored to write about Brunswick’s SECOND Rev Your Bev event this year featuring Russell Middle School! Taking this event to the middle school was a great opportunity to educate younger students about […]

READ MORE
The First Drop

Hi, my name is Angel. I’m a senior at John Marshall High School. This is my first year part of Y Street. Our Rev Your Bev campaign promotes healthy drinking habits by encouraging students to drink more water. Recently, we held a Rev Your Bev event at our school and I’d love to share my […]

READ MORE

Hey! My name is Kevin. I’m a sophomore at Page County High School. This is my first year in Y Street, and so far I’m enjoying it. Recently, some other members and I helped host a Rev Your Bev event at our school and it was a lot of fun.

The event took place during our lunch periods. At our table, students were asked to fill out the campaign survey. After completing the survey, they could spin a wheel and win a prize. Prizes included water bottles, fidget spinners, magnets, PopSockets, reusable straws, and bracelets. We also set up a hydration station to offer water to participants.

Through campaign opportunities like these, I understand the importance of a healthy school environment. It was nice to spread this messaging and talk with my peers about healthy hydration, while also making it fun for them.

The Rev Your Bev event was not only a fun experience but also an important one. Ensuring that water is easily accessible is vital for the health of students. Making water easy to access helps students develop healthy habits. Rev Your Bev is an awesome campaign that supports schools in promoting water.

Want to learn more about the Rev Your Bev campaign? Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook: @revyourbev, or go to revyourbev.com!

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A Terrific Tabling Event

Hi everyone! My name is Amber, and I am in the 10th grade at Manor High School in Portsmouth. This is my first year as a member of Y Street, and it has been an absolutely incredible experience. One of the most amazing things I have participated in was our Rev Your Bev event that […]

READ MORE
Turning the Table with Rev Your Bev

Hello! My name is Aliyah and I am currently a junior at Granby High School in Norfolk. This is my second year in Y Street and my first year on the Y Street Leadership Team (YSLT). I have participated in multiple opportunities for our campaigns, Rev Your Bev and Share The Air, that have provided […]

READ MORE
Teamwork

Hello! Our names are Vivian and Ayla, and we are 9th graders at King George High School. This is our first year in Y Street. Recently, we had the amazing opportunity to meet virtually with Delegate Margaret Ransone to discuss Y Street’s campaigns and goals. We first heard about the opportunity to meet with Delegate […]

READ MORE
My Y Street Training Experience

Hey! My name is Daniela and I am a sophomore at J.R. Tucker High School. I have been a part of Y Street for two years now. This year, as a returning member, participating in the training was straightforward and educational. The training consisted of four online modules. These modules included information about our campaigns, […]

READ MORE
Brunswick High School Hydrating Youth

Hi, fellow Y Street members! My name is Jaila. I attend Brunswick High School and I am in the 12th grade. I am honored to write about Brunswick’s SECOND Rev Your Bev event this year featuring Russell Middle School! Taking this event to the middle school was a great opportunity to educate younger students about […]

READ MORE
The First Drop

Hi, my name is Angel. I’m a senior at John Marshall High School. This is my first year part of Y Street. Our Rev Your Bev campaign promotes healthy drinking habits by encouraging students to drink more water. Recently, we held a Rev Your Bev event at our school and I’d love to share my […]

READ MORE

Hello! Our names are Vivian and Ayla, and we are 9th graders at King George High School. This is our first year in Y Street. Recently, we had the amazing opportunity to meet virtually with Delegate Margaret Ransone to discuss Y Street’s campaigns and goals.

We first heard about the opportunity to meet with Delegate Ransone through one of our Youth Field Organizers in Y Street. Knowing this would be an exciting chance to engage with our state representative, we promptly said yes. After a practice session and review of talking points, we joined the Zoom meeting. Delegate Ransone immediately eased tensions with kind greetings as we talked. The actual presentation was only about five minutes long; we spent most of the time on Q&A. It was a very respectful and comfortable environment where Delegate Ransone expressed great interest in our campaigns. She was so interested that she filled out a support card for Share The Air and Rev Your Bev and wanted to attend our next campaign event. After the meeting, it felt like we had accomplished even more than we expected and made an impact!

This meeting, like other key decision-maker meetings we have participated in, has helped us to raise awareness and build support for our campaigns. Working as a team, we were able to support each other in sharing our thoughts, while having fun together. We are so grateful to have had this opportunity!

To learn more about Y Street visit ystreet.org.

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A Terrific Tabling Event

Hi everyone! My name is Amber, and I am in the 10th grade at Manor High School in Portsmouth. This is my first year as a member of Y Street, and it has been an absolutely incredible experience. One of the most amazing things I have participated in was our Rev Your Bev event that […]

READ MORE
Turning the Table with Rev Your Bev

Hello! My name is Aliyah and I am currently a junior at Granby High School in Norfolk. This is my second year in Y Street and my first year on the Y Street Leadership Team (YSLT). I have participated in multiple opportunities for our campaigns, Rev Your Bev and Share The Air, that have provided […]

READ MORE
My Rev Your Bev Experience

Hey! My name is Kevin. I’m a sophomore at Page County High School. This is my first year in Y Street, and so far I’m enjoying it. Recently, some other members and I helped host a Rev Your Bev event at our school and it was a lot of fun. The event took place during […]

READ MORE
My Y Street Training Experience

Hey! My name is Daniela and I am a sophomore at J.R. Tucker High School. I have been a part of Y Street for two years now. This year, as a returning member, participating in the training was straightforward and educational. The training consisted of four online modules. These modules included information about our campaigns, […]

READ MORE
Brunswick High School Hydrating Youth

Hi, fellow Y Street members! My name is Jaila. I attend Brunswick High School and I am in the 12th grade. I am honored to write about Brunswick’s SECOND Rev Your Bev event this year featuring Russell Middle School! Taking this event to the middle school was a great opportunity to educate younger students about […]

READ MORE
The First Drop

Hi, my name is Angel. I’m a senior at John Marshall High School. This is my first year part of Y Street. Our Rev Your Bev campaign promotes healthy drinking habits by encouraging students to drink more water. Recently, we held a Rev Your Bev event at our school and I’d love to share my […]

READ MORE

Hey! My name is Daniela and I am a sophomore at J.R. Tucker High School. I have been a part of Y Street for two years now. This year, as a returning member, participating in the training was straightforward and educational. The training consisted of four online modules. These modules included information about our campaigns, Rev Your Bev and Share The Air, explaining the benefits of drinking water and creating tobacco-free and vapor-free parklands, and how we can raise awareness.

Did you know that our brains are composed of 73% water, which means water is a real necessity! Fun facts like these are very educational. In reading through the material, watching videos, and completing short quizzes, I was able to easily absorb the information. As a returning Y Street member, I’m genuinely glad I went through the training. The training allowed me to fully comprehend the goals of our campaigns and learn more about exciting new opportunities to get involved.

Now that I’m officially a member again, I have enjoyed interacting with the program and advocating for increased water access in our schools and 100% tobacco-free outdoor spaces.

To learn more about Rev Your Bev and Share The Air, visit revyourbev.com and sharetheairva.com.

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A Terrific Tabling Event

Hi everyone! My name is Amber, and I am in the 10th grade at Manor High School in Portsmouth. This is my first year as a member of Y Street, and it has been an absolutely incredible experience. One of the most amazing things I have participated in was our Rev Your Bev event that […]

READ MORE
Turning the Table with Rev Your Bev

Hello! My name is Aliyah and I am currently a junior at Granby High School in Norfolk. This is my second year in Y Street and my first year on the Y Street Leadership Team (YSLT). I have participated in multiple opportunities for our campaigns, Rev Your Bev and Share The Air, that have provided […]

READ MORE
My Rev Your Bev Experience

Hey! My name is Kevin. I’m a sophomore at Page County High School. This is my first year in Y Street, and so far I’m enjoying it. Recently, some other members and I helped host a Rev Your Bev event at our school and it was a lot of fun. The event took place during […]

READ MORE
Teamwork

Hello! Our names are Vivian and Ayla, and we are 9th graders at King George High School. This is our first year in Y Street. Recently, we had the amazing opportunity to meet virtually with Delegate Margaret Ransone to discuss Y Street’s campaigns and goals. We first heard about the opportunity to meet with Delegate […]

READ MORE
Brunswick High School Hydrating Youth

Hi, fellow Y Street members! My name is Jaila. I attend Brunswick High School and I am in the 12th grade. I am honored to write about Brunswick’s SECOND Rev Your Bev event this year featuring Russell Middle School! Taking this event to the middle school was a great opportunity to educate younger students about […]

READ MORE
The First Drop

Hi, my name is Angel. I’m a senior at John Marshall High School. This is my first year part of Y Street. Our Rev Your Bev campaign promotes healthy drinking habits by encouraging students to drink more water. Recently, we held a Rev Your Bev event at our school and I’d love to share my […]

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Prince George County, VA (April 5, 2022) – The Hopewell Recreation and Parks Department made the decision to update its parks rules prohibiting tobacco- and e-cigarette-use in all of its outdoor recreational areas, effective March 30, 2022. The department has a longstanding rule that prohibits tobacco use in the general vicinity of playgrounds, athletic fields, restroom/concession buildings, and trails. However, following a meeting with Hopewell High School students and Y Street leaders, Phylisha Taylor and Anita Hall, and hearing their testimony on why adopting a comprehensive policy is important and beneficial for everyone, the department signed a commitment form to expand their existing rule so all parklands will be smoke-free, vapor-free, and tobacco-free.

Y Street is the Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth’s (VFHY) statewide volunteer initiative for high school students. Y Street members like Phylisha and Anita strive to make sure Virginians have equitable access to clean and healthy spaces and do this by promoting the Share The Air campaign. Share The Air aims to create 100% tobacco-free and e-cigarette-free parklands by urging parks and recreation directors and other local government officials to adopt tobacco-free outdoor policies.

Research has demonstrated that a strong majority of Virginians (89%) agree that parklands should be tobacco-free and vapor-free. Additionally, Virginians (88%) feel strongly that secondhand smoke is a dangerous hazard outdoors, and that tobacco and e-cigarette products cause damage to the environment (91%).

With Hopewell partnering with the Share The Air campaign and joining other park leaders in promoting clean outdoor air, more Virginians now have healthier outdoor spaces where they can gather and be active. VFHY Executive Director Marty Kilgore thanks Y Street members like Phylisha and Anita for their continued advocacy and commends Hopewell for their commitment. “VFHY is proud to see youth advocacy like Phylisha and Anita’s lead to healthier communities. This decision by the Hopewell Recreation and Parks Department is a testament to their dedication to provide safe parklands and public spaces for all visitors.”


About the Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth (VFHY)

Established in 1999 by the Virginia General Assembly, the Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth empowers Virginia’s youth to make healthy choices by reducing and preventing youth tobacco and nicotine use, substance use, and childhood obesity.

VFHY takes a comprehensive approach to prevention work that includes reaching about 50,000 children each year through classroom-based prevention programs in public schools, after-school programs, community centers, day cares and prevention programs across the state. VFHY’s award-winning marketing campaigns deliver prevention messaging to more than 500,000 children annually. In addition, VFHY’s research program provides scientific insight on methods to effectively reduce tobacco use. Since 2002, VFHY has funded 40 large research projects at universities throughout Virginia. For more information, visit www.vfhy.org.

Press Releases

Powhatan County Public Schools is Setting a Healthy Example to Increase Students’ Water Consumption

Powhatan County, VA – Powhatan County Public Schools has made important updates to its School Wellness Policy to ensure that students have increased access to water throughout the school day. This change will undoubtedly have a positive impact on the health and well-being of students throughout the division and their overall academic success, with 4,295 […]

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Fredericksburg Parks, Recreation & Events Are Officially 100% Tobacco-Free

Fredericksburg, VA. – Fredericksburg Parks, Recreation & Events decided to commit to making its parklands 100% tobacco-free and vapor-free to provide a clean, healthy, and safe environment for all to enjoy. The policy change was initiated by Y Street, a program of the Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth (VFHY) and Virginia’s largest youth-led movement. VFHY […]

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Chesterfield County Public Schools is Setting a Healthy Example to Increase Students’ Water Consumption

Chesterfield County, VA – Chesterfield County Public Schools (CCPS) has made important updates to its School Wellness Policy to ensure that students have increased access to water throughout the school day. This change will undoubtedly have a positive impact on the health and well-being of students throughout the division and their overall academic success, with […]

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McReynolds Sports Complex Goes 100% Tobacco-Free 

York County, VA. – York County has taken a step towards promoting a healthier outdoor environment by implementing a new tobacco-free and e-cigarette-free policy for the McReynolds Athletic Complex in Yorktown, VA. The facility boasts 13 athletic fields, 2 playgrounds, and a multi-purpose path perfect for walking and jogging to name a few, an ideal […]

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Martinsville City Council Votes for 100% Tobacco-Free Parks

Martinsville, VA. – The city of Martinsville recently decided to commit to making its parklands and park facilities 100% tobacco-free and vapor-free to provide a clean, healthy, and safe environment for all to enjoy. The policy change was initiated by Y Street, a program of the Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth (VFHY) and Virginia’s largest […]

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Brunswick County Public Schools is Setting a Healthy Example to Increase Students’ Water Consumption

Brunswick County, VA – Brunswick County Public Schools has made important updates to its School Wellness Policy to ensure that students have increased access to water throughout the school day. This change will undoubtedly have a positive impact on the health and well-being of students throughout the division and their overall academic success, with 1,451 […]

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Hi, fellow Y Street members! My name is Jaila. I attend Brunswick High School and I am in the 12th grade. I am honored to write about Brunswick’s SECOND Rev Your Bev event this year featuring Russell Middle School!

Taking this event to the middle school was a great opportunity to educate younger students about the importance of healthy hydration. Rev Your Bev’s goal is to get schools pumped about drinking water and the students really showed out! At the event, we went around during a wave of lunches educating students and staff about the whole purpose of Rev Your Bev and how drinking water can benefit your day-to-day life and body as a whole! We asked them to fill out a survey to share their beverage preferences and water consumption. During the event, I also got the wonderful opportunity to speak with incoming freshmen on how they can make an impact by joining Y Street and getting involved in our campaigns like Rev Your Bev!

Personally, Rev Your Bev has made me take water very seriously! Water plays such a key role in our lives. I thoroughly enjoy drinking water. Y Street and Rev Your Bev have me excited to raise awareness and get others excited to drink water! Students seem really passionate about adopting healthier drinking habits, which is great to see. As this is my last year at Brunswick, I hope we can support our school by creating easier access to water hydration stations and promoting reusable water bottle usage through the adoption of Rev Your Bev’s model policy!

Want to learn more about the Rev Your Bev campaign? Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook: @revyourbev, or go to revyourbev.com!

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A Terrific Tabling Event

Hi everyone! My name is Amber, and I am in the 10th grade at Manor High School in Portsmouth. This is my first year as a member of Y Street, and it has been an absolutely incredible experience. One of the most amazing things I have participated in was our Rev Your Bev event that […]

READ MORE
Turning the Table with Rev Your Bev

Hello! My name is Aliyah and I am currently a junior at Granby High School in Norfolk. This is my second year in Y Street and my first year on the Y Street Leadership Team (YSLT). I have participated in multiple opportunities for our campaigns, Rev Your Bev and Share The Air, that have provided […]

READ MORE
My Rev Your Bev Experience

Hey! My name is Kevin. I’m a sophomore at Page County High School. This is my first year in Y Street, and so far I’m enjoying it. Recently, some other members and I helped host a Rev Your Bev event at our school and it was a lot of fun. The event took place during […]

READ MORE
Teamwork

Hello! Our names are Vivian and Ayla, and we are 9th graders at King George High School. This is our first year in Y Street. Recently, we had the amazing opportunity to meet virtually with Delegate Margaret Ransone to discuss Y Street’s campaigns and goals. We first heard about the opportunity to meet with Delegate […]

READ MORE
My Y Street Training Experience

Hey! My name is Daniela and I am a sophomore at J.R. Tucker High School. I have been a part of Y Street for two years now. This year, as a returning member, participating in the training was straightforward and educational. The training consisted of four online modules. These modules included information about our campaigns, […]

READ MORE
The First Drop

Hi, my name is Angel. I’m a senior at John Marshall High School. This is my first year part of Y Street. Our Rev Your Bev campaign promotes healthy drinking habits by encouraging students to drink more water. Recently, we held a Rev Your Bev event at our school and I’d love to share my […]

READ MORE

Hi, my name is Angel. I’m a senior at John Marshall High School. This is my first year part of Y Street. Our Rev Your Bev campaign promotes healthy drinking habits by encouraging students to drink more water. Recently, we held a Rev Your Bev event at our school and I’d love to share my experience with you.

My fellow members and I worked together to set up our table with mouth-watering fruit-infused water, campaign info cards, and a prize wheel in the lunch hall. During the event, we raised awareness about Rev Your Bev and Y Street and asked students and staff to sample the water and complete a survey to tell us about their water consumption. By the end of the event, our school’s YFO, Daniel, said that our team did really well! Events like these, informing students about the importance and benefits of drinking water regularly, make teens excited about water. Also, collecting surveys and support cards from students and school staff gets our school thinking about how they can support Rev Your Bev in helping to spread the word about healthy hydration.

One additional thing I did to try to gain more support for our efforts at John Marshall was send a mass email to our staff, sharing additional information about our youth movement. I also shared that we were hoping to get at least 12 new members and that we would love it if they could encourage students to apply and join. I’m excited to see how my school’s Y Street members will finish off the year and the progress we make with Rev Your Bev. Hopefully, by the end of the year, we have more members from my school too!

Want to learn more about the Rev Your Bev campaign? Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook: @revyourbev, or go to revyourbev.com!

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A Terrific Tabling Event

Hi everyone! My name is Amber, and I am in the 10th grade at Manor High School in Portsmouth. This is my first year as a member of Y Street, and it has been an absolutely incredible experience. One of the most amazing things I have participated in was our Rev Your Bev event that […]

READ MORE
Turning the Table with Rev Your Bev

Hello! My name is Aliyah and I am currently a junior at Granby High School in Norfolk. This is my second year in Y Street and my first year on the Y Street Leadership Team (YSLT). I have participated in multiple opportunities for our campaigns, Rev Your Bev and Share The Air, that have provided […]

READ MORE
My Rev Your Bev Experience

Hey! My name is Kevin. I’m a sophomore at Page County High School. This is my first year in Y Street, and so far I’m enjoying it. Recently, some other members and I helped host a Rev Your Bev event at our school and it was a lot of fun. The event took place during […]

READ MORE
Teamwork

Hello! Our names are Vivian and Ayla, and we are 9th graders at King George High School. This is our first year in Y Street. Recently, we had the amazing opportunity to meet virtually with Delegate Margaret Ransone to discuss Y Street’s campaigns and goals. We first heard about the opportunity to meet with Delegate […]

READ MORE
My Y Street Training Experience

Hey! My name is Daniela and I am a sophomore at J.R. Tucker High School. I have been a part of Y Street for two years now. This year, as a returning member, participating in the training was straightforward and educational. The training consisted of four online modules. These modules included information about our campaigns, […]

READ MORE
Brunswick High School Hydrating Youth

Hi, fellow Y Street members! My name is Jaila. I attend Brunswick High School and I am in the 12th grade. I am honored to write about Brunswick’s SECOND Rev Your Bev event this year featuring Russell Middle School! Taking this event to the middle school was a great opportunity to educate younger students about […]

READ MORE