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SADD but not sad in Swift Current

Posted on 17 March 2022 by Matthew Liebenberg
SADD members present red ribbons at the Swift Current Fire Department, March 9. From left to right, firefighter Tanner Lange, Rachel Argue, Carianne Hunter, and Fire Chief Ryan Hunter.

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.

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