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Sun, May 24

PHS students help to make a point on the dangers of distractions
Message: Driving (or marching) while distracted can cause problems

Cable One Producer Ken Anderson, right, films members of the Prescott High School marching band — from left, Mia Davis, Alora Zimmerman, Lila Keane, and Brian Van Vorst — for a public-service commercial on the dangers of distracted driving. The students were blindfolded before trying to march and play their instruments to illustrate the importance of keeping a focused eye on tasks, such as driving. The commercial is the first of several that the Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning Organization and Cable One are producing in a region-wide campaign against distracted driving. (Cindy Barks/Courier)

Cable One Producer Ken Anderson, right, films members of the Prescott High School marching band — from left, Mia Davis, Alora Zimmerman, Lila Keane, and Brian Van Vorst — for a public-service commercial on the dangers of distracted driving. The students were blindfolded before trying to march and play their instruments to illustrate the importance of keeping a focused eye on tasks, such as driving. The commercial is the first of several that the Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning Organization and Cable One are producing in a region-wide campaign against distracted driving. (Cindy Barks/Courier)

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