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Valdosta - South Georgia students are learning how to make the most of their futures.

Students at Valdosta High School were entertained by the "Future Now" program Wednesday morning. The group of performers from Live Oak, Florida uses positive hit music, skits, and testimonials to teach kids about staying in school, staying away from drugs and alcohol, and making good choices for their future.

"Its high energy, lights, video, drama, its pretty exciting and we want a full impact, three deminsional show to keep the kids attention and keep them mesmerized so they'll listen," said Chris Musgrove.

Students from J.L. Newbern and Valdosta Middle School also took part in the "Future Now" program earlier this week.

The group will host a community-wide concert and performance at the Valdosta High School gym Wednesday night at 7:00.

posted by ashley.harper@walb.com

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