October 20, 2014
One of this year's Reno National Championship Air Race pilots is teaching hundreds of students how the choices they make now can affect their future.
Greg Poe lost his 20-year-old son two years ago to illegal drug use.
Poe told students at O'Brien Middle School living out your dreams takes discipline, and it starts with staying away from drugs.
He says they're going through much of what his son was dealing with when he was their age.
Students say, at 12 and 13-years-old, they've had to deal with the peer pressure to try drugs.
Seeing first hand how the choices they make can tear apart a family many are saying "no" to drugs.
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