Sergeant Michael B. Webb
Kentucky State Police
Public Affairs Branch
Office (502) 782-1780
Twenty-three High School Students To Graduate From KSP "Drive To Stay Alive" Program
Date of Release: 10/19/05
(Frankfort, KY)-Twenty-three students from 18 high schools throughout the state will graduate from the third annual Kentucky State Police "Drive To Stay Alive" program on Thursday, Oct. 20 at 1:00 p.m. Angela Leigh, executive director of Mothers Against Drunk Driving Kentucky and KSP Commissioner Mark Miller will speak at the ceremony, which will be held at KSP headquarters at 919 Versailles Road in Frankfort.
The students attending the "Drive To Stay Alive" program represent schools located in counties determined by KSP to be at high risk for teenage drivers. They include: Casey Co. High School, Dixie Heights High School (Edgewood), East Ridge High School (Lick Creek); Elizabethtown High School, Gallatin Co. High School, Grant Co. High School, Hart Co. High School, Knott Co. Central High School, Lloyd Memorial High School (Erlanger), Magoffin Co. High School, Morgan Co. High School, Newport High School, Nicholas Co. High School, Phelps High School, Pike Central High School, The Providence School (Nicholasville), Scott High School (Covington) and Southwestern High School (Somerset).