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Last updated on Wednesday, April 1, 2009
(PAOLI) - The Orange County Sheriff’s Department has announced a partnership that, they hope, will help curb drunk driving by high school students.
Orange County Public Information Officer Bill Fullington says they are tag-teaming with the Orange County FACT Program, Orange Circuit Court, and Orange County Families in Action to create a comprehensive education program on the subject.
The program, entitled, "Consequences: The Cost of Bad Decisions," will be presented to each Orange County high school before their respective proms.
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