Monthly Archives: June 2018

Program Manager Johanna Krebs presenting the Hartford Police Department and Hartford PAL with their plaques from the Hartford Walk Like MADD! Thank you to HPD and Hartford PAL for their continued support....
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The MADD Dash is coming up fast! It will be held on Saturday August 4th in Stratford. For more information contact Michelle Lettieri at 203-764-2566 or michelle.lettieri@madd.org.  ...
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After more than 30 years since she started MADD CT from her home, our fearless leader and State Executive Director, Janice Heggie Margolis, is retiring. To say she made an impact in this state would be a huge understatement. As...
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School is out for many students across Connecticut! In celebration of summer vacation we are giving you all the opportunity to get $5 off your registration fee for the Branford and Fairfield walks! Use the promo code on the image...
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The Branford Walk Like MADD is taking place on Saturday October 13, 2018 on the Branford Green! This year’s walk is in memory of Robert Burr Jr., who was killed by a drunk driver in July of 2012. For more...
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Research shows that kids and teens who drink are a danger to themselves, their friends, and others. The sooner kids drink, the more severe the problems they face in the long and short term. It begins by asking the right...
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Grief can strike at any time, and the need for support does not always fall within business hours. Luckily we have trained victim-focused volunteers manning our help line 24/7 so someone is always available when you need to talk....
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Thank you to Richard Chevrolet for not only sponsoring our Tri-Town Wak Like MADD back in April, but also for featuring the walk on their Charity and Sponsor Events Webpage! Check out the link to see the website: https://www.richardchevy.com/charity-and-events  ...
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Save the Date! the Fairfield Walk Like MADD will be held on Saturday, September 15, 2018. This years walk is in memory of Matthew Quintiliano Jr.. Visit www.walklikemadd.org/fairfieldcounty to learn more about Matthew’s story and to register your team....
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Danny Carter was tragically killed by a drunk driver the summer between seventh and eighth grade in August of 1995. About a year after Danny died, his elementary school Eli Whitney Elementary in Stratford, placed a bench on the playground...
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