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BCHS play clearly points out fatal mix of texting, driving

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By Stephen Thomas

 SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt Central High School Drama Department, in association with the Youth Services Center (YSC) and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), presented “Remember Grace.”

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The play was written and directed by Bullitt Central instructor Kevin Gose and produced courtesy of grant funding by State Farm Insurance.

The contemporary story is centered around teen issues involving a fatal texting-and-driving car accident, as well as various characters’ reactions to the situation.

Gose was approached by YSC coordinator Tonia Wiggins to produce a story that showed the dangers of texting while driving.

He wrote the storyline similar to a drunk driving incident, representing dangers that texting and driving entail.

Bullitt Central SADD will present a “Distracted Driving” event, courtesy of State Farm funding, on April  25, just before prom, to increase student awareness.

Drama Department cast and crew members included Anastasia Bell, Dalton Lee, Brandon Woodward, Kallen Juric, Rebecca Ralston, Devin Smith, Amber Hardesty, Allison Greer, Sierra Harvey, Evan McDaniel, Max Steck, Marissa Kays, Isabella Browner, Corey Stearman and Ava Cooper.

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