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SAS SADD Club Receives Donation from State Farm Insurance Co.


(Back row from left) Santiago Ramirez, Samantha Baste, Melissa Avila, Emily Fernandez, Zeshan Aziz, Gala Gonsalves, Jesus Martinez, Grethel Liriano, Ashley Dominguez, Cylena Stewart, Gabriela Ballesteros, Jason Bunnell, Devin Cruz, Joseph Guerrero, Santiago Gutierrez, Frederico Krauss, and Javier Ore (Front row from left) Tanae Carter, Gabrielle Capiro, Natalie Granda, Shyanne Amoyo, Thomas Soto, Ashley Wright, Club Sponsor Ms. Rona Dranoff, Dario Nunez, Jennifer Fundora, Brianna Ordenes, Luke Vignau, Juan Ramirez, Allison Vergel, Abigail Ortiz, and Jennifer Centeno

Miami, February 26, 2014 - The Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) Club at School for Advanced Studies (SAS) Kendall Campus was recently awarded a $250 grant from State Farm Insurance and the state SADD organization. SADD Sponsor Ms. Rona Dranoff reports that the money will be used to promote positive messages for teen driver safety and that she is proud of all the hard work that the students have put into making SADD a success at SAS.

SADD's mission is to provide students with the best prevention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, other drug use, risky and impaired driving, and other destructive decisions. For more than 30 years, SADD has been committed to empowering young people to lead education and prevention initiatives in their schools and communities.

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