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S.A.D.D. Members Encourage Safe Holidays

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Shoreham-Wading River High School’s S.A.D.D. club continues to dedicate their time and talents to making and promoting positive choices. Their latest project was creating a paper tree adorned with white ribbons that represent those who have been affected by impaired driving. The tree is on display at the high school as a visual reminder of impaired driving awareness month. The dozens of students in the club are also attaching colorful pledge cards to wrapped candy canes that will be available at the Dec. 23 high school coffeehouse. The message encourages students to commit to not endangering their lives and the lives of others during the festivities of the holiday season.

Along with advisers Maryanne Agius and Melissa Hollywood, the school community thanks the S.A.D.D. officers Morgan Lynch, president; Nadia Grosso, vice president; Sarah Friedlander, secretary and Nick Friedlander, media/video production and all the members of the club for their commitment to these efforts.