Students work with RCMP to remind everyone to drive sober this holiday season

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Some local students are helping spread a very important message.

Grade 7 students at Bert Bowes and Dr. Kearney Elementary have teamed up with the RCMP to help remind everyone to drive sober during the holiday season.

The students were asked to put together a flyer that would be distributed at local liquor store outlets to remind everyone to “arrive alive”.

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Last week, the Fort St. John Detachment Commander, Inspector Kurvers selected the winning flyers that are going to be distributed.

On behalf of the Fort St John RCMP, I would like to extend a big thank you to Staples who made this project possible by partnering with the RCMP and supporting the Safe Roads/Safe Communities initiative by printing the winning flyers prepared by the students,said Inspector Kurvers


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