Tuesday, February 05, 2013

Local teens produce road safety videos.

The third annual Road to Safety awards ceremony, held for a contest in which teens from area high schools produce videos extolling the virtues of safe driving, was held at Johns Creek High School Jan. 31.

Courtesy City of Milton

Milton's own Lt. John Borsey served as a judge in the contest.

Pictured are the winners, from left: "Road to Safety" - Centennial High School, 3rd place winner, $400 scholarship -- Nico Alcantara, Paul Elliot (not pictured) and Ryan Mitchell (not pictured); "A Fatal Mistake" - Johns Creek High School, second place winner, $600 scholarship -- Bryan Washington, Jesse McConnico, Sebastian Wetzel, Mark Jackson; Lisa Cauley, Road To Safety director/founder; Jamie Chuven, video production and broadcast instructor, Johns Creek High School; " The Wilted Rose" - Johns Creek High School, Grand Prize Winner, $1000 Scholarship -- Samantha VanSickle, Cara Tripodis, Chase Cappai; and Johns Creek High School principal Buck Greene.

To view the winning videos, visit

The Road to Safety Program is a subsidiary of Protect Milton, Inc., 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.

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