Toto learns to Make Good Decisions


It was a clear fall night for the Carmel High School Make Good Decisions soccer game Sept. 29 against Columbus North. Hundreds of Carmel students packed the house wearing MGD T-shirts to support the cause inspired by Brett Finbloom, a former CHS soccer player who died of alcohol poisoning in 2012. Present were Brett’s parents Dawn and Norm Finbloom, who have worked tirelessly since Brett’s death to promote the Lifeline Law, which provides amnesty for underage drinkers who make the call to help a friend in danger of alcohol poisoning. Sen. Jim Merritt, author of the Lifeline Law, was also present and addressed the students at halftime with a simple urgent reminder to “Make the call, stay and cooperate.” Learn more about Toto and Oz’s adventures on their blog:


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