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

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Hello one and all.  I can’t believe I am writing the April newsletter.  This means riding season is upon us again and time for the cages to say they didn’t see us. That’s where our fine OSAL teams need to swing into action.

Since the L&L conference, I have been contacted by no less than 5 new presenters. Hopefully they will get their program up and running. Many of our long-time presenters have said they are anxious to use the new power point program. If anyone needs help, feel free to contact Adam Gill, Mike Bretzman or myself and we will be glad to help you out. As I mentioned before, not every chapter needs to have an OSAL team. If there are other chapters close enough to you, join forces and help each other out.  We need to work together and reach as many students as possible.

I have heard many stories about schools dropping their driver’s education classroom program, and here is another area that all chapters must address. Make an appointment with the superintendent and ask to be put on the school board agenda. We need to make our presence known and speak out about the importance of driver’s education in schools. Mason Dixon and Monterey Pass have both been successful in getting programs restored to the curriculum.

When presenting the program to students, remember this is a very important topic, but you should be having fun with the kids as well. Let them know we are just regular people, and like to talk about our experiences.  Incorporate those stories in the lesson you are presenting. These students are anxious to soak up information about new and exciting things that they may only have dreamed about. Teach them how to share the road and what things out there affect the way we ride. You may even create a new motorcycle enthusiast. Bottom line is have fun.

That’s about all for now. Keep up the great work and do not forget those reports. They are very important and provide teacher and presenter input to help build our program.

Until next month, remember Look Twice, Save A Life.