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We're #NovatoProud of the Surviving The Odds Project (STOP) as they work to empower marginalized youth in under-served Marin communities through musical self-expression. STOP, which was co-founded by Novato native Melissa Greene (third from left), teaches students to create and record their own songs as a healthy outlet for their creativity. You can find STOP at a number of Marin County high schools, including Marin Oaks in Novato.