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Like a good neighbor, State Farm gives $25K
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Warren County High School students were treated to a surprise break from school that came with a $25,000 check Friday afternoon.Students gathered in the gymnasium to hear the announcement by principal Tony Cassel and State Farm agents Neil Helton and Bill Zechman that the school had won $25,000 in the Celebrate My Drive contest, a promotion which encourages teens to make positive choices as they start driving and promotes the belief safe driving is a life-long commitment. State Farm offered a total of $3.5 million in grants and awards to participating high schools across the United States and Canada. Voting was done during an online click-in during National Teen Drive Safety Week, which was Oct. 18-26.