Adara Donald Presents At NAWHSL

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On August 29, Adara Donald, Haywood High School’s FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) chapter president for Mrs. Denita Jarratt, traveled to Nashville to make a presentation to the 48th NAWHSL (National Association of Women Highway Safety Leaders, Inc.) Conference. Adara also serves as the Tennessee FCCLA Vice President of Individual Development. She, along with the three other state officers, were honored to be asked by the National Executive Director, Sandy Spavone. The presentation discussed FCCLA’s National Program, FACTS (Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety). Present at the conference were leaders in the field of traffic safety from around the country.

The NAWHSL Conference was held to gain insight to innovative programs designed to improve the condition of drivers and passengers, highways, and communities across our nation. The purpose of NAWHSL is to be the grassroots open link, communicating programs and safety initiatives to the public.

FCCLA”S National Program, FACTS uses peer education to help save lives by informing adults and youth about traffic safety and supporting enforcement of local rules and regulations regarding community traffic safety.