Globe University-Appleton will welcome Terri and Tom Goudy to campus on Wednesday, January 25 at 6:15 p.m. to share their story of the accident when Arielle Lewandowski, 17, Paige Riley-Berg, 20, and their son Samuel T. Goudy, 19 were killed by one man’s choice to drink and drive on June 19, 2009. They have since started the Plz… Give the Keys! foundation to educate drivers about using a designated driver after consuming alcohol. The event is open to the public.
Each attendee will be given a blue wristband with the inscription, “Plz… Give the Keys!” as well as information on local resources about drug and alcohol awareness. They will also be given information on local taxi services and participating Saferide locations as indicated by the Tavern League of Wisconsin.
The Wednesday evening presentation is part of Globe University-Appleton’s AODA Awareness week. Throughout the week, students will be provided with daily tips, information and resources on alcohol and drug awareness through Facebook, Twitter and the campus blog. Also, On Tuesday at 1 p.m., Officer Derek Reiter of the Grand Chute Police Department will bring the fatal vision goggles to campus to present on the impact of driving while intoxicated.
Email Kristin Cates with questions. firstname.lastname@example.org.