KIM MITCHELL GIVES THE THUMBS UP TO SAFE AND SOBER MESSAGE

Kim Mitchell and members of the Safe and Sober Awareness Committee (S&SAC) give the “THUMBS UP” to all boaters who plan on being safe on the water this summer. Whether you are leaving the alcohol ashore or wearing your personal flotation device (PFD), these positive choices go a long way in reducing serious injury and death on Ontario waterways.

Kim Mitchell and the Safe and Sober Awareness Committee want to remind people that every choice has a consequence. If you are driving, no matter what the vehicle, be smart and make the right decision, don’t drink and drive, “GO FOR SODA”!

From left to right: Ontario Provincial Police Provincial Constable David Hobson, Canadian rock icon Kim Mitchell, Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit Public Health Nurse Adele Payne, and Ray’s Driving School Owner Allan Lawrence.

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