Oct 11, 2015 - MADD CANADA RECOGNIZES STAYNER HIGH SCHOOL

MADD Canada recently recognized the Students Against Impaired Driving group at Stayner Collegiate Institute. From left, SCI principal Janice Ellerby, Cherie Daniels of MADD Canada's Barrie-Simcoe chapter, SCI SAID president Gracie Steckroat, SCI SAID staff liaison Kevin Arnott, and Bev Hostyns, director of education and awareness for MADD Canada Barrie-Simcoe Chapter.

Students at Stayner Collegiate Institute have been recognized for two decades of raising awareness of the dangers of drinking and driving.

On Oct. 6, MADD Canada's Barrie-Simcoe stopped by the high school to do a multi-media presentation to the student body, and present the school's Students Against Impair Driving group with a community impact award for 2015.

Bev Hostyn, the director of education and awareness for MADD Canada's Barrie-Simcoe chapter noted the school's commitment to raising awareness of the danger of impaired driving, "helping to make our roads safer and undoubtedly preventing injuries and saving lives."

Source: Simcoe Metroland


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