On March 5, 2011 Terry Ober (of the MD State Highway Safety Office and retired MD State Police), will host an interactive youth RALLY for teenagers ages thirteen through seventeen at Chesapeake College Rt 50/Rt 213, Wye Mills, Maryland. $10 Admission fee includes T-Shirt.
All RALLY presentations will involve interaction, not lectures, to provide an important message for positive role models and remaining involved in drug free activities to succeed in life.
The RALLY is open to all teens in all Maryland counties, however is specifically to benefit the MINI-GRANTS program which helps to provide funding for: youth groups; clubs; and programs in five mid-shore counties: Queen Anne, Talbot, Kent, Caroline and Dorchester.
This RALLY offers our teens a chance to be involved in a positive activity and encouraging them to: give back to their community; succeed in life’s challenges; and work together supporting programs that serve our youth.
The RALLY will offer a fun day of interactive activities consisting of: A Mock Crash/Teen Court Trial and Hospital Re-enactment; Fatal Vision Bowling tournament; Fashion Show; Calendar “Theme” Contest; Games, Displays and special speakers geared towards educating today’s youth in the dangers of driving and not adhering to traffic regulations.
The RALLY will culminate in a Talent Show and Battle of the Bands open to all high school students.
In addition to the RALLY, on February 2, 2011 Annie’s Paramount Steak and Seafood House, 500 Kent Narrows Way North, Grasonville, Md. 21638, will be hosting a fund raising event to help fund this rally. We are asking for businesses and the public to consider making a donation of items for our live auction. Tickets to attend are $70 per person which includes Petite Prime Filet and Crab cake dinner and admission into the “Live” Auction area from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm.
Contact Terry Ober, 443-995-5367, www.terryober.weebly.com for tickets and more information.
Donations are gladly accepted payable to: Queen Anne’s County Traffic Safety Trust Fund.
About Queen Anne’s County Traffic Safety Trust Fund
Headquartered in Centreville, MD, the Trust Fund is managed by the Queen Anne’s County Local Management Board.
For more information please visit http://dewitrightyouthrally.weebly.com/ and facebook/DEWRALLY