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PAGE 8 THE MUNDAY COURIER THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010 http://www.mundaycourier.com Steer Clear Program: State Farm Young Driver Discount l0 II From backyards to big leagues, count on me to be there. I can help you get the coverage you need and the discounts you deserve. Tom h==Nt, ont 705 N Avenue E Haskell, TX 79521 Bus: 940-864-3250 tom.bassett.mSyl statefarm.com Se habla espafiol 0090125 State Farm Home Office, Bloomington. IL Each year young people begin learning the art of driving. State Farm un- derstands young drivers are challenged by internal and external factors as they are driving on the roadways. To help them learn more about driving, State Farm has designed the Steer Clear TM program to stress how experience and awareness make a safe driver. The Steer Clear program's purpose is to help young drivers be aware of their surroundings, give them insight into their driving styles, help them re- view their driving skills and become a more aware, stress-free driver. The completion of the Steer Clear program can result in up to a 15 percent dis- count on the driver's auto insurance. Drivers under the age of 25 are eligible for the discount; the program takes around 60 days to complete. To begin the program, drivers must meet with their State Farm agent to receive the Steer Clear kit. After meeting with their agent, drivers must com- plete the following activities provided in the kit: watch an 11-minute video, read the Steer Clear magazine and complete a driver's log. In completing the Steer Clear Driver's Log, participants under age 18 must complete 30 driving trips with at least 10 supervised trips lasting a minimum of 15 minutes. Par- ticipants 18 years of age and older must complete 20 driving trips lasting a minimum of 15 minutes. Lastly, the participant must complete the quiz at the end of the driver's log. Once a driver has completed these activities, the participant must again meet with their State Farm agent and return their driver's log in order to receive the discount. This program was developed by State Farm to encour- age young drivers to build safe and roadworthy habits that will help them to make more responsible decisions when driving. For more information about the Steer Clear program, contact your local State Farm Agent. illUfillinillilmgllli~gillJili~lilllil~ I I I I I I I 108 Hwy 380 Haskell, TX 79521 I 940-864-2424 Fax 940-864-8938 II u j%p i I www.ameristayhaskell.corn I IL i i im Imi i i lull i i i in i i lul IlU Ilm UB Rim ~ "I me[ ay, Inn i I BENJAMIN NEWS Bob and Patti Tavernia of Frederick, Maryland spent several days here last week with her mom, Earlene Meinzer and her brothers, Rick and Wyman and their families. I attended the wedding of San Juana Jasso and Michael Gallegos at St. Joseph Church in Rhineland Saturday afternoon. Other Benjamin folk attending were Kim Moore, Samijo and As a community bank, we're conservative. We have to be. We don't make the kind of loans you've heard about in the news. Never have. Never will. We loan money to people we know. We serve this local area. We're very careful with home loans to make sure the customer doesn't get in over their head. If they don't have the credit, we don't make the loan. That's one of the reasons we're rated one of the nation's strongest banks. We're an equal housing lender. MUNDAY -HASKELL STAMFORD - ROCHESTER PHONE ~ (940) 422-4522 TELEBANK ~ 422-4741 fnbmunday.com Shelby Russell and Cody Propps. Later on Saturday I attended Eva Flores 80th birthday party at the Catholic Church fellowship hall in Knox City. Lots of Eva's friends and many family mem- bers came by between the hours of 3 and 5 to wish her Happy Birthday and offer wishes for many more. Eva and I go back a bunch of years from our days at Munday and Munday School. She is the former Eva Martinez. Fred and Jan Carver's grandson, Ricky Carver and 940-658-3442 family, visited them a couple of days last week. Ricky and his family have been living in California but are moving back to Texas (Abilene) to make their home. Everyone is sure glad they will be closer to family. Stacia Antille of Wingate has been here help- ing Fred do some farming since the rain. During the week end .ran Carver, Pam Duke and Carol Dickson along with other members of the Brazos Valley Quilt Guild attended the an- nual Quilters Retreat at Ranger Creek near Vera. They always enjoy this time away from town with plenty of good food and lots to do. 5al;urday 10. 0 am |