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Information for the event "Walk like madd"

Did you know 2 out of 3 people will be impacted by a drunk driver at some point in their lifetime?

Friday Night Live and Mothers Against Drunk Driving would like to invite you to attend “Walk Like MADD” on Saturday, October 21st to help raise awareness for the dangers of drunk driving. We have created a team just for members of the Rio Linda High School community in order to raise funds for MADD and encourage RLHS to avoid drunk or impaired driving.  

To join our team and register for the walk please go here. Be sure to select "join our team" and enter the promo code RLHS at checkout to receive $10 registration. 

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Ms. Johnston 
(916) 566-2725
ext. 65843
Room: J8

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FNL meetings will be before school on Fridays from 7:00am-7:30am

Students that cannot attend meetings but would like to be involved in FNL may see Ms. Johnston during 1st lunch or before/after school in J8.

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What_is_FNL? Card IconWhat is FNL?

The California Friday Night Live (FNL) program was developed it 1984.

It began as a plot program dedicated to reducing the numbers of deaths and injuries caused by teen motorist driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs.

FNL is a student-led club on the high school campuses throughout Sacramento County.

FNL provides the opportunity for young people to build positive relationships with others, create change, and make a difference in their school and in the community.

Students advocate for issues that matter to then and plan and implement community service projects and activities for young people.

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FNL vision is to work hand in-hand with young people so that they are both problem free and fully prepared.  Also, help Builds partnerships for positive and healthy youth development, engaging youth as active leaders and resources in their communities.