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Wellington’s Calli Hatfield – Athlete of the Month Presented By Sumner County Community Drug Action Team

Calli Hatfield is a senior at Wellington High School where she plays tennis and is involved in several other activities including SCCDAT (Sumner County Community Drug Action Team).

“I play tennis and am involved in Big sis Little sis, President of STUCO, SADD, and National Honors Society,” said Hatfield.

SCCDAT is a youth council consisting of high school students from seven different high schools in the Sumner County area.

“I first got involved with SCCDAT when I was a sophomore,” said Hatfield. “My favorite part about SCCDAT is all of us coming together
with a common purpose. We bring our different experiences together and come up with ideas. I like the opportunity to bounce ideas off of
each other and the pizza is always great!”

Her involvement in SCCDAT helps the community she lives in and that is very important to the senior from Wellington.

“SCCDAT is very important because it brings Wellington and different surrounding communities together. With a common goal we try to
help create safety in our schools,” said Hatfield.

For more information on SCCDAT please visit their website at www.sccdat.wordpress.com

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