The annual High Point Homecoming was held recently in High Point and the Central District was front and center presenting safety messages to the school and the community.
The High Point homecoming is an annual event that centers around the school and community, bringing High Point School alumni and former High Point residents back together for food, fun, and fellowship.
The Arrive Alive booth (manned by Senior Engineer Professional Laurie Wyrick and family) presented messages of “Don’t Drink and Drive," “Buckle Up," and "Arrive Alive,"
as well as a message of eliminating distracted driving habits.
Shown to the left is one of many local residents that unsuccessfully tried their hand at driving a tricycle through safety cones with simulated-impairment goggles.
For more information about the dangers of impaired or distracted driving, as well as the benefits of buckling your safety belt before you drive: www.savemolives.com