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Teaching kids to stay sober

Teaching kids to stay sober

Sean Pera, 17, a junior at Wheeler High School misses a soccer ball as he tried to kick it into a net while wearing Fatal Vision Goggles that simulate a .15 blood alcohol content. The Porter County Drunk Driving Task Force visited with students Thursday at WHS to heighten awareness of the ef…

April 25, 2013 1:53 pm
Teaching kids to stay sober

Teaching kids to stay sober

Students drive a golf cart through a course while wearing Fatal Vision Goggles on Thursday at Wheeler High School. The goggles simulate various blood alcohol content and are used in The Porter County Drunk Driving Task Force DUI golf cart training program. That group is visiting local high s…

April 25, 2013 1:53 pm
Teaching kids to stay sober

Teaching kids to stay sober

Matt Murillo, 19, a senior at Wheeler High School, misses a soccer ball Thursday at WHS as he tries to kick it into a net while wearing Fatal Vision goggles that simulate a .15 blood alcohol content.

April 25, 2013 1:53 pm
Teaching kids to stay sober

Teaching kids to stay sober

Wheeler High School students race around a car as they participate in a click it speed challenge Thursday. The contest awarded T-shirts to the four students who could get out of the car, run around it, get back in and fasten their seatbelt in the least amont of time.

April 25, 2013 1:53 pm
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