2011 Poster Contest Judging Event

Many thanks to the Surrey Fire Service for donating use of their Central Training Facility for our April 11, 2011 Judging Event of the D.I.A.D. 1st Annual Distracted Driving Awareness Poster Contest. D.I.A.D. appreciates the people who volunteered their time to come out and judge the more than 400 posters submitted by British Columbia school children from Kindergarten to Grade 7.

Judges: Cllr Bob Bose, Acting Mayor of Surrey; Kim Eagle, Surrey School District Representative; Andy Kuo, Pacific Academy Art Teacher; Capt. Carnegie & On Duty Crew Hall 9, Surrey Firefighter Local 1271

Coordinators: Karen Bowman, D.I.A.D. Founder; Sgt. Bob Nordlund, Retired RCMP Traffic Division; Capt. Tim Baillie, Surrey Fire Fighter.

Winning Posters from Grade 5-7 Category

Winning Posters from Grade 2-4 Category

Winning Posters from K to Grade 2

Careful consideration

Tough choices

Fantastic submissions

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