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Swift Current SADD out Dec. 7

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Cortney Reynolds hands a red ribbon to a motorist at the SADD check stop, Dec. 7. She is a member of the Saskatchewan Health Authority's mental health and addiction services team in Swift Current. Cortney Reynolds hands a red ribbon to a motorist at the SADD check stop, Dec. 7. She is a member of the Saskatchewan Health Authority's mental health and addiction services team in Swift Current. Matthew Liebenberg

Members of the Students Against Drinking and Driving (SADD) chapter at Swift Current Comprehensive High School (SCCHS) held a traffic stop in association with the RCMP on Central Avenue North in Swift Current, Dec. 7.

 

They handed out red ribbons, a symbol of opposition to drinking and driving, at the check stop and asked motorists to drive safely during the festive season.

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