Two mothers who lost sons in traffic wrecks made emotional pleas to students at Dickson County High School to not speed and to wear their seatbelts. In a program organized by School Resource Officer Jeremy Wall and the new Future Public Servants of Dickson County club and funded by State Farm Insurance, several students won gift cards for wearing their seatbelts. Several students were wiping away tears last week as Diane Roberts told a packed gymnasium about the two bad decisions that took the life of her son, Justin, who would have been a senior at DCHS this year. Justin Roberts died in January 2012 after a wreck on Jones Creek Road. His mother said Justin was speeding and not wearing his seatbelt when he lost control of his car and it struck a tree. With a picture of Justin on a table in front of her, Roberts said her son made “two fatal choices which cost him his life.” She said she will be at graduation in May, even though the class of 2014 will graduate without her son, telling the students “I love you all.” Kathy Beeler, whose 19-year-old son Cole Kilgore died in a wreck in June 2011, reinforced Roberts’ message of making the right decisions. Beeler said her son was a passenger in a truck driven by a drunk driver and both men were killed in a fiery wreck. “When you lose a loved one, there are no second chance. You can’t get them back,” Beeler told the students, describing the pain of losing her child as “unimaginable.” During the week, members of the Future Public Servants observed students arriving at school for seatbelt usage. On Wednesday morning, students wearing their seatbelts were given an entry into drawings for 10 gift cards sponsored by State Farm Insurance. Local agent Jimmy Drake and Tony Burnett, law enforcement liaison for the Governor’s Highway Safety Office, also urged students to make good choices to wear seatbelts and not speed, drink and drive, or text and drive.