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Local Students Honored For Raising Traffic Safety Awareness

Story By: Lauren Artino

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/19/2014

Accidents happen, but AAA is trying to cut down on the amount and severity of car crashes. That's where the AAA Traffic Safety Poster Program comes in to play; it aims to bring out the creativity in young people, while educating them in important traffic safety issues.

Out of nearly 1,000 entries, two local girls received first prize for their work! Fourth Grader, Molly Bradbury of Central Elementary and Senior, Kathryn Burrows of Lexington High School will be honored April 5th during a special ceremony at Columbus Crew Stadium.

The contest was open to students K-12 throughout the state of Ohio. You can view Kathryn and Molly's entries online at AAA.com/postercontest, where voting is now underway for the 2014 People's Choice Award

   
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