Thursday, December 9, 2010

Teens join effort to combat underage drinking, December 8, 2010

"State highway safety officials are hoping the YouTube-generation will be able to communicate its anti-underage drinking message to their peers through video.
A team from Wilmington Christian School won the Office of Highway Safety's video contest earlier this week. The group from Wilmington Christian focused on the consequences of underage drinking and what that choice could cost young people. The group will receive a $2,000 prize after being selected as the winner. Director of the Office of Highway Safety (OHS) Jana Simpler says, 'The delivery of the message was powerful, clear, well planned out, and the execution was impressive.' She says, 'I am impressed with the level of creativity and ability all the contestants displayed in conveying the under 21 message.'" Read More

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