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Group meets goal for distracted driving simulator

11:29 PM, Dec. 31, 2012
(From right) Pacelli seniors Max Lundgren, 17, Katie Olson, 17, Sydney Otis, 17, and Courtney Kizewski, 18, talk to Dr. Thomas Honl and Jacqulyn Honl at the Stevens Point Advanced TMD and Dental Sleep Center about the distracted driving simulator in early December. The buisness donated $1,000 so the teen could buy the simulator.
(From right) Pacelli seniors Max Lundgren, 17, Katie Olson, 17, Sydney Otis, 17, and Courtney Kizewski, 18, talk to Dr. Thomas Honl and Jacqulyn Honl at the Stevens Point Advanced TMD and Dental Sleep Center about the distracted driving simulator in early December. The buisness donated $1,000 so the teen could buy the simulator.
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A group of local teenagers raised enough money to buy a distracted driving simulator.

The four Pacelli High School seniors raised $10,700 to buy the One Simple Decision simulator, which will be stored at Mid-State Technical College in Wisconsin Rapids.

The simulator includes a console and a screen that simulates the effects of driving drunk, sleepy or distracted. ...

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