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Celebrate Bike to Work Week

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For years, the Triad community has embraced the many benefits of riding a bike, especially in the pandemic’s challenging times. Whether by yourself or with your family, cycling is a wonderful way to stay active while getting you where you need to be and even helping the people and environment around you. Bike to Work…

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Spotlight with David Daggett: May is Bike Safety Month

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May is the perfect month to get back into cycling, or the perfect month to learn! Building a lifetime of healthy habits starts one step at a time, and biking is a great activity to do with the whole family. It is always a good time to get out and start leading a healthy lifestyle…

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The DSAGWS Starlight Gala: Inspiring the Triad

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On Saturday, April 16th, attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler of Daggett Shuler Law appeared on Triad Today with Dr. McNeil Cronin, vice-president of the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Winston-Salem (DSAGWS) to share information about the upcoming Starlight Gala. Watch the segment: The Down Syndrome Association of Greater Winston-Salem is a local nonprofit organization that…

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Career Center and Parkland High School Junior, Caitlin Bennett, Wins Safe Sober T-Shirt Design Contest

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The Winston-Salem, North Carolina based nonprofit, Safe Sober is pleased to announce that Caitlin Bennett, a junior at Career Center High and Parkland High, has won the Safe Sober T-Shirt Design Contest for 2022. At a surprise presentation at Career Center High, the winning design was unveiled. Caitlin was presented with the first shirt off…

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Spotlight With David Daggett: The DSAGWS Starlight Gala

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I can’t wait! It is no secret that I love being involved with the Down syndrome community here in the Triad. I have emceed their 3-2-1 Deacon Dash in the spring and Buddy Walk in the fall for years. Now I have the honor of being a guest at the first ever Starlight Gala on…

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Safe Sober on Triad Today: Exciting Events for 2022

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On Saturday, March 19th, attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler of Daggett Shuler Law appeared on Triad Today to share information about the 2022 Safe Sober kickoff event, including a big surprise! Watch the segment: When the Safe Sober Prom Night program began in 1991, it was based on three founding principles: Raising awareness of the…

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Drug and Alcohol Facts Week: What You Should Know

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Part of our mission here at Daggett Shuler and Safe Sober is to educate the young people of the Triad about the dangers of drug and alcohol use. This is why, this month, we observe National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week. National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week, or NDAFW, is an annual and week-long health…

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Spotlight with David Daggett: Safe Sober 2022

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Safe Sober has become a culture of leadership, guidance, and direction for our young people through the most powerful force available – Positive Peer Pressure! Thirty-two years ago when we created the Safe Sober program, I had no idea the huge impact it would have, not only on the Triad community, but also on myself…

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The Importance of Trucking Safety

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Truck drivers do Americans a tremendous service by transporting much-needed items and goods where they need to be, day in and day out. When driving on the highway, you will likely encounter at least one trucker at work, delivering essential cargo to or from a destination. In this case, other motorists must drive safely and…

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Bill Passed by Congress to Help Combat Sexual Harassment and Misconduct in the Workplace

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It was one of the biggest workplace reforms in decades. The Senate has passed a bill halting clauses in employment contracts that force sexual abuse and harassment victims to pursue their cases through arbitration. The bill was approved by an overwhelming bipartisan majority in the House of Representatives by 335-97. Now, the bill awaits an…

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