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OPERATION SAVE A LIFE DIRECTOR'S REPORT
Between the Lines November 2019 issue

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Hello fellow motorcycle enthusiasts. Seems as though it’s been a while since you have heard from me. At this time, I am not sure if I didn’t get my article submitted on time or it was overlooked. No matter. I am back, I will try to include some things from last months article and add some new things.

I hope everyone has had a chance to look over and make use of the new format on the PowerPoint. Most are subtle changes, and if you are using Google Drive, the updates are automatically done. All of this is an effort to make the program shorter for the period classes that a lot of districts have.

We are still working with PennDot and several other entities to obtain things to give to students when we go to classes. I will keep everyone update on availability.

One thing I mentioned in the last newsletter was that if anyone has a nominee for the Safety Award to be presented at the L&L Conference in January, please submit that nomination in the form of a letter to the state office.

Now I would like to take a moment to explain the email sent to chapter presidents. It concerned a policy about students being on the bikes when we take them outside. All of you have been and I know will continue to be vigilant about the students around the bikes. But things happen. So, in order to prevent a bad situation. we established a written policy. And that is this. At no time will a student be allowed to sit on the motorcycle while it is running if that student is wearing anything other than long pants or sweatpants. If they are properly dressed, they may sit on the bikes while they are started. If you have any questions about this, please feel free to contact me anytime. My contact information is in the newsletter on the inside cover. Students continually tell us that this is one part of the program they enjoy, and it is our intention to continue to provide this opportunity.

That’s about it for this month. Keep up the great job you are all doing. I am proud of what you are doing.

And as always “Look Twice, Save a Life”