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SAFETY FIRST


Take Action Against Distraction


Scout leaders have many pressing responsibilities, and one of the most serious is transporting Scouts safely. To stay out of the “Risk Zone”—dangerous, distracted, and drowsy driving—every leader should review the safety presentation at bit.ly/safedrivingBSA. You’ll find lists of common distractions (fatigue, eating, phone


calls), tips for avoiding distracted driving, and a quiz testing your knowledge of driving hazards. Phillip Moore, risk management administrator for the BSA, says


that avoidable distractions such as texting, checking GPS info, or eating cause far too many driving accidents. Put your smartphone or mobile device in the glove compart-


ment, your trunk, or your backpack before you get behind the wheel. Remember, no phone call or text is important enough to take risks with the Scouts who depend on you.


2013 W ORLD TOUR


Go to www.harlemglobetrotters.com and find a show city near you for more information on how to purchase your specially priced tickets. All Scout tickets include a commemorative Harlem Globetrotters patch.


Tickets must be purchased through your local group sales representative. Ask about presenting the Color Guard, group Meet and Greets and other in-game opportunities.


For more information, contact the Harlem Globetrotters at groupsales@harlemglobetrotters.com or by calling 800-641-HOOP www.har lemglobetrotters.com


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