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Teen Council Will Expand Seat-Belt Education

Feb 4, 2007

By The Idaho Statesman, Boise

Feb. 5--The Nampa Mayor's Teen Council has received a $3,000 grant from State Farm Insurance for its seat-belt education program.

The check will be presented to the teen council during the Nampa City Council meeting tonight at City Hall, 411 3rd St. S.

The teen council is one of four Idaho high schools and organizations to win a "Shift Into Safety" grant from the state's largest auto insurer. The Nampa group will use this grant money to expand its seat-belt education program.


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