Liberty High School accepted a $1,500 check from the Impact Teen Driver program on Tuesday for participating in the Create Real Impact contest.
Greg Rieux of California Casualty, which sponsored the contest, presented the check to the school for having the greatest number of kids entered in the contest. Almost 15 Liberty students entered the Create Real Impact contest.
In attendance as a representative of the Impact Teen Driver program was Martha Tessmer, whose son Donovan died in 2006 as a result of a distracted driving accident in the Madera Ranchos.
The contest was created to reveal how the teenagers would talk about the dangers of reckless and distracted driving...