The Montana Highway Patrol will be holding Alive at 25 – Defensive Driving courses in Pondera County.
   The first class will be on April 29. The course is a one-time four hour course and will be held from 5-9 p.m. in the CHS commons.
   All students that attend and pass this course will be issued a certificate of completion from the National Safety Council.
   Jackie Bonser from the County Health Department tells the I-O, “This is a class that is put on for the age groups of 15-24 years olds by  the Toole and Teton Counties Buckle Up Montana Coalition (formally Safe Kids - Safe Communities) in cooperation with the MHP.”
   Highway Patrolman Noel Duram says, “I believe the course will be a great tool in assisting and educating young drivers on the need for safe, defensive driving.”
   He went on to add, “The course is being presented at no cost to the students and all material and supplies are provided.”
   The class is limited to 20 students and there is a sign-up sheet available at the Pondera County Health Department.
   You may contact Bonser for more information at 271-3247.