Matt Evans of Grey County created and managed Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving.
A Grey County resident has been recognized for his work with OSAID.
Matt Evans has created and managed Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving (OSAID) for over 25 years.
Andrew Davidson at the Ontario Ministry of Transportation says under Evans leadership, OSAID has grown into Ontario’s most recognized anti-impaired driving organization aimed at youth.
He adds drinking driving rates among teens have decreased dramatically.
Evans was hired as the Executive Director of OSAID in 1989 — and the group has helped over a million teens promote sober driving to their peers.
Evans says the award belongs to teachers and volunteers who have contributed their time and efforts to this important cause.
Source: Bayshore Broadcasting