T.R. High School students win 'Safe Communities' film contest
- Friday, 15 April 2011
- Written by James Richardson
TRAVELERS REST, SC – On Tuesday night, T.R. High School won “Best Overall” in the Greenville County Safe Communities Coalition film contest.
Three schools, T.R., Blue Ridge and Mauldin, competed in the "What If...the Consequences of Underage Drinking" contest, creating films to bring awareness to the dangers of underage drinking
The award ceremony, held at T.R. High School, marked the second year in a row that T.R. received the award.
"Lots of hard work went into the making of all 3 films,” said Kelley Grigg, community education coordinator at Greenville Family Partnership. “[They] were informative and inspirational, dealing with the tough choices that our youth face everyday.”
Greenville County Safe Communities Coalition is a diverse group of organizations and individuals that come together to increase their strength, knowledge and commitment while working to decrease safety related problems in Greenville County. It is administered by Greenville Family Partnership.
The film contest was sponsored by the Greenville County Safe Communities Coalition, Greenville County Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws (EUDL) Coalition, Committee For Responsible Driving, Greenville Family Partnership and the Phoenix Center.
Read more about Greenville County Safe Communities Coalition.