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Officials visit students in Carbon County

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Attorney General Mark Shurtleff uses a golf analogy as part of his motivational speech at the BDAC at the College of Eastern Utah on Tuesday. First Lady Mary Kaye Huntsman kicked off her Power in You initiative. The program focuses on the emotional aspect of life challenges and at-risk behavior in order to bring hope to teens and encourage them to fulfill their life and education potential, focus on their dreams and achieve success in education. Huntsman kicked off the program at CEU with more than 500 students from Carbon, Emery, Grand, Sanpete, and Duchesne counties. The tour continued with stops in Cedar City, Odgen and West Valley City. By the time the tour ends on Friday, more than 12,000 students will hear from the governor, first lady, attorney general and other speakers.

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