Holland Patent Students Join Picente In Unveiling New STOP-DWI Billboards
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. today was joined by officials and students from Holland Patent’s Students Against Driving Drunk (SADD) Chapter as he unveiled the new billboards that will call public attention to Oneida County’s efforts to reduce drunk driving.
“There is no reason at all for getting behind the wheel after drinking,” said Picente. “We want to stress the message that people who plan on having drinks as part of their evening should not plan to drive. Groups of people should be picking a designated driver in advance. And above all, there is no excuse for any adult to get behind the wheel after having too much to drink.
Holland Patent students at the news event included Nolan Amos, Emma Doolittle, Alexandra Boucher, Hannah Ferris, Jennifer MacMillan and David Sandbrook.