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BADD Club brings program to help students arrive alive
Patrick Sheehy of UNITEs Arrive Alive Tour writes CHS junior Michael Gaskins, 17, a citation for texting while driving in Arrive Alives simulation at CHS on Tuesday. CHSs BADD Club brought the tour to Kershaw County to remind students about the dangers associated with texting and intoxication while driving. - photo by Miciah Bennett
Camden High School (CHS) students may think they know what happens if they text while driving. A program brought to the school by the CHS’ Bulldogs Against Destruction Decisions (BADD) Club showed them not only what texting and driving is like, but drinking and driving as well. CHS administrators are hoping Monday’s appearance by UNITE’s Arrive Alive tour will help keep Kershaw County roads safer and shine a light on the dangers of texting or driving while intoxicated.