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Princeton High School SADD Club wins Emerging Leadership Award

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Princeton SADD club members Pau Valdivieso Segade and Natalie Lawarence who helped create the award winning video and the club advisor Kris Alderink with the plaques they received for earring the Emerging Leadership award at the Minnesota Towards Zero Death convention in St. Cloud on Oct. 12.

This past spring, a small group of Princeton High School students created a now two time award-winning video illustrating the dangers of distracted driving.

When the six members of the school’s Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD) club first created the video as an entrant in the Sherburne County initiative sponsored by the Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office “Towards Zero Death” coalition, they never thought the video would have as much success as it does now.

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Chloe is an editor for the Union-Times in Princeton and Milaca. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire with a degree in English.

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