Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Cultivate Courtesy, Please - Keep Kids Alive!

Dear Friends in Road Safety,

I came across this timely reminder in a recent edition of the Omaha World Herald -Cultivate Courtesy on Harvest Roads. This article reminds us not only to be courteous on country and farm roads, but also to be thankful for the work of all farmers whose efforts bring food to our tables each day.

Let’s extend the courtesy. Cultivating Courtesy on all roadways goes a long way toward protecting ourselves and everyone around us. When we practice courtesy on our neighborhood streets, we help create a more pleasant (and safer) environment in which to ride, as well as for people to walk and bike. As fall unfolds, may we each take time to appreciate the natural beauty that surrounds us and the people who care for us, as we navigate the highways and by-ways of America – and beyond. Let's start today!

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And remember,

“Don’t let the two minutes you ‘save’ be the last two minutes of someone’s life.”David Townsend (Tia’s Dad).

In safety,
Tom Everson - KEEP KIDS ALIVE DRIVE 25® - A Non-Profit "For Action" Organization 501(c)(3)402-334-1391



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