Alaskan Teens Take Leadership Role in Boating Education

Posted: January 23, 2013


ANCHORAGE — Teens are helping shape a safer boating culture in Alaska through their leadership in the Kids Don’t Float Peer Educator Program.

For their efforts during the 2012 school year, 10 high schools received awards from the Alaska Office of Boating Safety. The Kids Don’t Float Peer Educator Program provides potentially life-saving information to high school students who, in turn, pass on lessons to younger children. 

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