The Student Against Drinking and Driving (SADD) chapter at Swift Current Comprehensive High School carried out various activities during Provincial Impaired Driving Awareness Week, March 6-12.
They attended a regular City council meeting on March 7 to make a presentation in support of the official proclamation of this week in Swift Current.
Students also participated in a flag raising event with Mayor Al Bridal at City Hall, where the SADD flag flew for the duration of the week.
SADD members held a trivia contest during the week at the high school.
They also visited the City and Rural RCMP detachments, Swift Current Fire Department, and Hutch Ambulance Service on March 9 to put red ribbons on emergency vehicles as a visual reminder to the public to make responsible choices and not to drive impaired.