Entries by ksdui

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays! I trust you enjoyed your time with family and friends. I am so very thankful for this past year, and wish all of our volunteers, board, staff, and everyone we serve a healthy and prosperous New Year.

We need your help now!

Fall is finally here, beautiful trees and cool breezes, I hope you’re as excited as I am! Thank you for your faithful giving to the agency. This year will be over before you know it, please act now to make your tax deductible year-end donations while 2016 lasts. We need your help now! As the […]

Spring Break!

Spring break is a very special time of the year filled with family vacations, fun times, great food and celebration. I encourage all of you to make the most of your time off and to keep your friends and family safe. Please remember that this time every year, there is a spike in impaired driving […]

Be Social

Please join us on social media and like, luv, share, tweet, and post, to promote positive messages about Sober Driving which makes our roadways safe for us all. Impaired driving is a social problem that requires a collective solution. Be the trendsetter in your circle. You can post positive messages about sober driving to show […]

My Experiences of Drunk and Drugged Driving

Red Ribbon Week 2nd Place Winner Essay In 2011 ages 21 to 24 was the highest percentage in drunk drivers in crashes. Ingesting drugs and alcohol use alters the normal function of the brain. Teens everywhere are feeling peer pressure to drink and use drugs. As an eighth grader, I have never been approached about […]

Drugged and Drunk Driving

Red Ribbon Week 1st Place Winner Essay In 2012, 10,076 people were killed in a motor vehicle accident. 200 of those involved alcohol or other drugs. Two of these were Kylie Jobe and Kyle Thornburg, Maize High School graduates. They were killed by a driver whose blood alcohol content was .23, almost three times the […]