Monthly Archives: April 2018

Walk Like MADD 10th Anniversary: Why We Walk – Diana Battell I learned about MADD through my sister when my nephew was killed by a drunk driver in October of 1983. My nephew, Christopher Thater, was a graduate of Charminade...
Following Spring Giving Day and Mother’s Day, we find ourselves in National Police Week. President Kennedy first set aside these 7 days in 1962 to honor law enforcement officers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. There will be a memorial...
As we leave another winter behind and welcome the arrival of sunny days and blossoms, the Mothers Against Drunk Driving is preparing a campaign of hope. Spring Giving Day falls on May 10th, and our aim this year is to...
Lisa Foster was an elementary school teacher. She loved playing softball, teaching, the Orioles and Cal Ripken. Lis was the fun one and so full of life. She had accomplished so much in her short 23 years.  You always knew the...
The specific mission of the national Crime Victims’ Rights Week this year is to Expand the Circle, and reach all victims. A victim of drunk driving is someone whose life is cut short because of it: someone who is killed...
Power of Parents: Being All-Star Parents for Your MVP’s Spring is in the air and sports in full swing.  Whether your child plays sports or not, we know that every parent wants their kid to hit one out of the...
For Crime Victims’ Rights week, I was honored to sit with Jon, a drunk driving victim whose left leg was severed in a drunk driving crash. I’m glad to share this experience with you. Jon Wenc, calls himself “a lucky...