Tralee Rotary Club Launches Road Safety Event Aimed At Students

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Launching Tralee Rotary Club’s ‘Just One Life’ event at The Imperial Hotel on Tuesday were, front from left; Sergeant Eileen O’Sullivan, Tralee Rotary Club President Graham Borley and Maurice O’Connell (Kerry Fire Service). Back from left; Siobhan Murphy (The Kerryman), George Philip (Tralee Rotary Club), Carl Heaton (Tralee Rotary Club), Michael Flynn (Kerry Fire Service), Pierce Wall (Tralee Rotary Club) and Grace O’Donnell (Tralee Rotary Club). Photo by Dermot Crean

TRALEE Rotary Club has launched a road safety initiative which they hope will get Transition Year students involved.

As part of Tralee Rotary Clubs plan for the year, they decided to introduce the ‘Just One Life’ Driver Awareness programme to Tralee.

The club and Kerry County Council joined forces with an Garda Siochana, Red Cross, Kerry County Fire Department to present this award-winning road safety initiative aimed at Transition year students and young people that is very much community-based.

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The  objective of the ‘Just One Life’ programme is to save young drivers lives.  This is done by demonstrating the common causes of accidents to 15-17 year old students in a practical manner.

Tralee Rotary Club will be hosting this event on Friday, March 9, 11am-1pm at Mercy Mounthawk Secondary School, Tralee.

They are inviting all Transition year students to this event and each student will also get a Certificate of Participation on the day.

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