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"Streets, Art, SAFE" Awards Program Was A Success!!
Each year, our "Streets, Art, SAFE" Competition honors high school students helping to combat the #1 killer of children in the United States -- traffic collisions.

Last Wednesday, May 17th, 2017, Streets Are For Everyone held an Oscar's style awards ceremony for the student filmmakers of this phenomenal and educational program. This program pairs high school students with Hollywood filmmakers to educate others through the production and making of traffic safety PSAs.

Students can choose from multiple topics including drunk driving, distracted driving and obeying the laws of the road. 

The awards ceremony itself was held at LAPD Headquarters in DTLA and the presenters included: Olympian and World Champion Cyclist, David Brinton, Actor Jake Isham, Capt. Lopez of the LAPD, Kerry Kasem, LAPD Assistant Chief Girmala and Veteran screen actor, Ed Begley, Jr.

The Grand Prize Winner -- Claremont High School: Intersection
They received a grant of $1,500 for their high school arts department
Teacher: Ms. Sara Hills
Student Filmmakers: Liam Reisch, Blake Bradfield, Finn Pacheco, Wolfgang Wilborn and Fabian Zabalza






Runners-up include: Ashtyn's Promise and Love Story




THANK YOU to our sponsors Galpin Ford, The Conor Lynch Foundation and AAA for making this possible and to ALL the hard working students who participated in the competition. You are all winners and helping to save lives!

TO VIEW ALL WINNING PSA'S, CLICK HERE.

FOR MORE INFO ON STREETS, ART, SAFE 2018, CLICK HERE.
   
Author: Dayna