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February 12, 2014

AAA seeking nominations for School Safety Patroler of the Year awards


AAA invites students, parents, school administrators, faculty, staff and the general public to nominate candidates whom they believe deserve to be recognized. Self-nominations also will be accepted. The deadline to submit is April 1.

AAA’s traffic safety experts will evaluate nominations to select finalists for the award based on dedication, friendliness, professionalism and safety. AAA will honor nominees who demonstrate the best example of the procedures and responsibilities outlined in AAA’s Handbook for Adult Crossing Guards and the AAA Safety Patrol handbook. Winners will be announced in May and each will receive a recognition plaque and congratulations from the communities they serve.

Submit nominations at www.AAA.com/schoolsafety. For information, contact Danial Karnes, AAA Public Affairs, at (918) 748-1074 or danial.karnes@ aaaok.org.

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