Every 15 Minutes Someone Dies From an Alcohol Related Crash

The Every 15 Minutes program is a two-day program focusing on high school juniors and seniors, which challenges them to think about drinking, driving, personal safety, the responsibility of making mature decisions and the impact their decisions have on family, friends, and many others.

The two-day Every 15 Minutes program is very dramatic and emotional-and purposely so. Teenagers are constantly reminded about the choices they have to make involving alcohol and how many others are affected by their decisions. They know the intellectual statistics. However, many teens share the belief it will never happen to them.

This powerful program is designed to create an awareness among students that they are not invincible. This program helps open the emotional doors, and it addresses a problem most teens do not know exists. They experience first hand how their actions affect the lives of so many other people.

This year, Kewaunee Rescue asked Franklin 1st Responders to particpate in their program.

Here are a few images from that day:

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Franklin 1st Responders Complete Training

The Franklin First Responders recently completed their bi-annual training as required by the State of Wisconsin to maintain their First Responder Licenses. This training involves 24 hours of class time that includes both hands on skills and written tests. All 11 of the current First Responders took the re-training and passed with flying colors.

Franklin 1st Responders

From Left to right - back row: Tony Pribyl, Tracy Konop, Tom Cretney, Keith Christman, Lauri Cullen, Suzi Sevcik.

Front row: Tom Konop, Marcia Salm, Sue Pribyl, Florence Rabas, Virgil Pribyl.