Blue Ribbon Task Force Urges Community to “Know More”
Alice Renolds, a Santa Clarita resident who lost two sons in a high-speed collision in 2000 said, “The decisions and choices that youth make [while driving] affect everyone around them. They need to know they’re not invincible.” She believes the numbers of fatalities are dwindling because the City offers a number of programs to raise awareness. Renolds hopes that many attend an “Evening of Remembrance” to realize just how many youth the City has lost. For more information about the “Evening of Remembrance” event and the Youth Grove, or to add a name to the project, please contact Tess Simgen, Community Services Analyst, at 661/255-4956 or email@example.com.