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

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The calendar says May, as I write this newsletter it’s the beginning of April, and it’s a bit chilly yet. But we all know the warm riding weather is coming. And along with that we have cages who are not looking for us on the road. Please remember to drive defensively and don’t take chances.

By the time you get this newsletter, the state web site will be updated with the Traffic Safety Centers throughout the state and a map indicating where they are. Both are downloadable for the OSAL page. Use them to help you find out what schools in your area have driver’s education classes.  We certainly hope all of you have visited our Facebook page ABATE of PA OSAL and seen what we have posted there. Trying to find any useful tools we can to help get you started if you don’t have an OSAL team.

Some great news. Monterey Pass became the latest chapter to join the ranks of those with an OSAL team. The recently presented at Fairfield and Waynesboro High School. Congratulations guys and good luck.

PAMSP, Live Free, Ride Alive in conjunction with PennDOT are sponsoring a free motorcycle event at the PA State Farm Show Building on May 11. There should be a flyer in this newsletter.

Getting rave revues from Blair County, Indiana County,  York and Adams Counties. Keep reaching out trying to find places to present to a group or just set up something at one of your events. Or any community event in your area.

The new yard signs look great, we are waiting for the new stickers to hand out at classes. PennDot informed us they will be coming soon. As we get more things available to hand out, I will post them on the state pages.

Congratulations to our own Adam Gill on completing his training to become a PAMSP instructor.  I know there are a lot more people doing the same thing.

Well that’s about all for this month. Ride safe, ride free, ride hard. But always remember to “Look Twice- Save a Life”