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OPERATION SAVE A LIFE DIRECTOR'S REPORT
Between the Lines June 2018 issue

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Greetings from the OSAL desk. Can you believe it’s June already?  I really enjoyed our one day of spring and right to summer.

Riding season is upon us and that means the cages are not looking for us. Seems every day I see a post on Facebook or hear it on the news about a motorcycle accident from one chapter or another throughout the state. And I ask myself, are we not making any headway with our education phase of our mission statement.  But then I realize that we are reaching the younger generation and maybe it’s the older folks that we are missing. The Governor, many county commissioners and local government agencies are proclaiming May to be Motorcycle Awareness Month. Life happens, and it seems that people are just overwhelmed with things and do not put 100 percent into operating a motor vehicle. The main stream news media is to busy feeding us false news about our government to be bothered with talking about how at this time of the year there are more and more motorcycles on the road. So, I am asking if any of you have some ideas you would like to share with all of us to help promote our message. The yard signs seem to help, but I have been seeing fewer and fewer of those. I have worked with radio stations in our area and they have helped me out a good deal.

As for our program, well I will say that Blair, Blue Mountain, and Mason- Dixon have been going gang busters with getting into the schools. The evaluation reports are coming in and they are all giving us kudos for the new PowerPoint presentation. If you are not comfortable with the PowerPoint, use any method you need to get the message across. We all feel like everyone can use it very easily.

Also, I had the opportunity to use the Kahoots program at New Oxford High School. The kids loved it and it gave us instant feedback on what they understood in the program.

Before I close, I want to remind all of you that I need your reports and the teacher evaluation forms sent to me. I use these to keep track of the number of students we teach and to review the input from the teachers about the presentation.

That’s all for this month. Enjoy your riding season and remember. Look Twice, Save A Life.