Riverdale Receives $25,000 from State Farm's Celebrate My Drive

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Riverdale High School is one of the recipients of 25-thousand dollars from State Farm's "Celebrate My Drive." It's the company's program to encourage safe driving in high schools across the country. Last year, there were over six-million safe driving commitments made through the program.

Teens and community members last month committed to drive safe and supported their high schools. While the prizes are just now being handed out, local State Farm agent Celeste Middleton tells NewsRadio WGNS Riverdale High School is among the 100 schools receiving a 25-thousand dollar grant...


Middleton presented a check the school at the half of their girls basketball game with Wilson Central Tuesday night. Most of the Rutherford County high school participated and there could be more winners announced soon. There are also 100-thousand dollar grants and concerts by "The Band Perry" for a couple of the nation's high schools.

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