C.O.R.E.Y. Presentation: So proud of our student audiences this morning as we listened to Corey’s Mom share the story of her son who died in a motorcycle accident just after he got his license when he was only 21. Our students were so respectful. The RCMP talked about legal consequences and ICBC talked about road safety and risks to be aware of. It was an informative session and it very much applies to us here in Vanderhoof as we almost all ride motorcycles or four wheelers. Corey’s mom showed us what new boots look like and what used boots look like – reminding us of the need to keep the boots in good shape by replacing buckles and toe guards etc. She also talked about “beanie” helmets being illegal now and showed us the inside of a proper helmet. Thanks to Corey’s Mom. We appreciate hearing about her son and are very sorry for her loss. Please stay safe everyone.
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July 18, 2016 Reference No. 516977
To Whom It May Concern:
This letter is to verify that RoadSafetyBC has been working with Denise Lodge on the development and delivery of the Coalition of Riders Educating Youth (C.O.R.E.Y) presentation for schools.
There were 8 presentations that took place in Kitimat, Terrace and Prince Rupert in February 2016, sharing the information with approximately 920 students.
I would like to thank Denise for her continued contribution in keeping British Columbia’s roads safe.
Deputy Superintendent of Motor Vehicles
Ministry of RoadSafetyBC PO Box 9254 Stn Prov Gov Telephone: (250) 387-7747
Public Safety and www.gov.be.e<1/RoadSafetyBC Victoria BC VSW 9J2 Facsimile: (250) 356-5577
School District #82 (Coast Mountains)
MOUNT ELIZABETH MIDDLE SECONDARY SCHOOL
1491 Kingfisher Avenue Kitimat, B.C. V8C 1E9 Tel. (250)632-6174 Fax 1-888-539-4732
July 27, 2016
To whom it may concern,
Corey was a former student of Mt. Elizabeth and after he graduated he moved to Vancouver Island. This is where he purchased his first motorcycle. Unfortunately Corey was in a tragic accident which took his life. Corey’s mother, Denise Lodge, has been working diligently on a presentation to share Corey’s story to help the youth of our communities. She is currently sharing this story with schools in Northwest BC and would like to share it with the rest of the province through our schools. The more information our youth have about safety of motorcycles the better, even if it saves one life, this presentation is worth viewing.
This past school year (2015-2016) our school hosted the C.O.R.E.Y. Drive and Ride Safe presentation. The presentation is well worth the time for young adolescents to see, it is informative and well-done that keeps the students’ attention for the whole hour.
Mount Elizabeth Middle Secondary School
Staff Sergeant James McLaren Detachment Commander RCMP
888 Lahakas Blvd Your File
Kitimat BC V8C 2H9 Our File
To Whom It May Concern,
C.O.R.E.Y Ride and Drive Safe Motorcycle Safety Presentation
I am writing this letter in support of the C.O.R.E.Y Ride and Drive Safe presentation designed and presented by Denise Lodge of Kitimat, BC.
Ms. Lodge has done this presentation to two high schools in Kitimat. In preparation for the presentation she has partnered with the Government of BC and the RCMP. The information contained in the presentation informative, relevant and powerful. The presentation itself is captivating and dynamic. In the Kitimat schools, it was very well received.
In working with Denise Lodge, her professionalism and dedication to the C.0.R.E.Y. program is unquestionable. Kitimat Detachment fully supports the continuance and if possible expansion of C.0.R.E.Y Ride and Drive Safe program. I look forward to working with Ms. Lodge in the future.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 250-632-7111.
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