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SADD stays active

SADD officially kicked off their year by joining hundreds of other associations at the Governor's Office of Highway Safety Youth and Young Adult Conference at Callaway Gardens. The Thomson High School attendees included Lauren Foster, Kalyn Kitchings, Ashley Lively, and Jerrica Bell. These students are the SADD executive council and Mrs. Brunson is the club advisor.

While at the conference the members attended workshops ranging in topics from leadership to good decision making. They also heard stories from such inspirational speakers as Chad Foster and R. J. Jackson.

Upon returning to Thomson High, the organization sprung straight into action. The council members met to take inventory of their supplies and plan for their first meet-and-greet, which would give potential members the chance to see what SADD is really all about. Tammy Kaye Brunson set up shop in the mall area, armed with a power point presentation projection and pamphlets galore. More than 120 students signed a list stating that they were interested in joining the club.

Possible ideas for future events for SADD include a lunchtime screening of a short movie about the many benefits of making good decisions.



Web posted on Thursday, January 19, 2006











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