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Decide to Drive Poster Contest Results

May 10, 2012

On the morning of Mon., June 4, 2012, AAOS member Dr. Richard Meinig of Colorado Springs, Colo., presented “Decide to Drive” student poster contest first place winner Adam Carr with his check prize at Colorado Springs Airport. The entire Carr family was present in support of Adam. His sibling, Daniel, also had two pieces of artwork that were among the finalists.

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Poster Contest Finalists

First Place


Adam Carr
Woodland Park, Colo.; Grade 7
Entry Title: Distracted Driving Can Kill!





Second Place


Keith Jandzinski
Sandy Hook, Va.; Grade 8
Entry Title: Was that last text really worth it?




Third Place


Raelynn Kaia
Kapolei, Hawaii; Grade 8
Entry Title: Decide to Drive Responsibly




Fourth Place


Kalyssa Cutright
Ewa Beach, Hawaii; Grade 6
Entry Title: Watch Where You’re Going





Fifth Place


Lauren Owensby
Valley Center, Calif.; Grade 12
Entry Title: The Real Price





Sixth Place


Hongsen Yang
Belmont, Mass.; Grade 10
Entry Title: Please Decide to Drive for You and Me




Seventh Place


Daniel Carr
Woodland Park, Colo.; Grade 9
Entry Title: Distracted Driving is Deadly




Eighth Place


Weiyi Ding
Northville, Mich.; Grade 9
Entry Title: Wait a Minute, Save a Lifetime




Ninth Place


Daniel Carr
Woodland Park, Colo.; Grade 9
Entry Title: Don’t Make Your Next Call Your Last!




Tenth Place


Lauren Owensby
Valley Center, Calif.; Grade 12
Entry Title: Danger Adds Up





Eleventh Place


Rachelle Shao
Bedford, Mass.; Grade 6
Entry Title: Think Then Drive





Twelfth Place


Zedan Rong
Urbana, Ill.; Grade 12
Entry Title: Don’t Drive Distracted


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