Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN


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Students at both CCHS and SMHS were provided with an opportunity to sign a pledge not to drink and drive on their prom night. The TAD Center sponsored events were held as part of the Mock DUI´┐Żpresentations held at each school.´┐ŻEach of the students who signed the pledge were entered into a $75 prize drawing. CCHS winner Matt Turner, a junior, is pictured with Principal Janet Graham and TAD Executive Director Jan Sellers.

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