The Clay County Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) Club is one of five in Tennessee that were chose to make a video highlighting the laws for drivers who are under the age of 18.
Sandy Smith explained the exciting news during the Clay County Anti Drug Coalition (CCADC) meeting. “There were five schools chosen in Tennessee to make a video and we will get the opportunity to purchase $2,500 worth of video equipment to make the video,” she said. “We get to keep the equipment even if we don’t win the contest.”
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