STOP DWI message on display in Holley

Staff Reports Posted 25 April 2016 at 12:00 am

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HOLLEY – The Orleans County Sheriff’s Office acquired the STOP DWI “Courage to Serve” traveling display and it will be set up in the lobby at Holley Jr. Sr. High School for two weeks.

Chief Deputy Michael Mele and Principal Sue Cory are pictured with the display last week at the Holley school. The display will be available for each school district in Orleans County, said Sheriff Randy Bower.

The exhibit includes personal items from the DWI crash victims, such as photographs, clothes and drawings. There are also accounts from survivors, family members, friends and members of the community affected by the crash, as well as newspaper articles from DWI crashes.

For more on the traveling exhibit, click here.