It's not easy to get through life while impaired by alcohol as Boardman sophomore Tony Chito found out at this year’s Canfield Fair. He took part in a challenge by wearing goggles simulating an impaired motorist, then he attempted to play a game of cornhole.
Boardman High School sophomore Tony Chito will be driving next year, but when he does, he will have the knowledge of what it is like to drive drunk. He took part in the Mahoning Safe Communities’ awareness campaign at the Canfield Fair. He started by putting on special goggles that simulate a person who is over the legal limit. Wearing the goggles, he attempted to play a game of cornhole. He couldn’t land one bean bag on the cornhole frame while wearing the goggles. After taking them off, he nailed it every time. Pictured with Tony is Mahoning Safe Communities representative Tracy Styka and Tony’s grandmother Peggy Yuhas of Boardman.