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   Written by Marie Bate   My mother died from injuries sustained in a motor vehicle crash the evening of October 9, 2009.  While my mom, dad and brother were heading to a pizza party at my sisters to celebrate their...
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This year we honor the memory of Leah Hall during the Tri-Town Walk Like MADD happening on May 9th Virtually. Please listen below to a special message by Leah’s mother Helen....
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Hello Hartford Walkers, Thank you for your continued support for the upcoming Walk Like MADD event. Just a reminder that at this time the walk has been postponed to Saturday, June 13, 2020. Please know that we continue to monitor...
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This PowerTalk 21 season MADD CT is reminding parents to “weed out fact from fiction on underage alcohol and marijuana use”. Here is a message on what PowerTalk21 is, and what you can do to get involved in talking now...
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We understand there is an abundance of concern surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and our thoughts are with everyone who are personally affected. As our communities continue to feel the increased impact of this pandemic, MADD would like to reassure you...
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National Crime Victims Rights Week (NCVRW) has started. Here is Jennifer Rossi explaining what NCVRW is all about. During NCVRW, we recognize the hard work of the crime victims field. This year’s NCVRW theme—Seek Justice | Ensure Victims’ Rights |...
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Hello Tri-Town Walkers, Thank you for your continued support for the upcoming Walk Like MADD event on Sunday, April 25, 2020, at Town Center Park in Hamden. It is because of team leaders, participants, and community partners, like yourself, awareness...
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We understand there is an abundance of concern surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and our thoughts are with everyone who are personally affected. As our communities continue to feel the increased impact of this pandemic, MADD would like to reassure you...
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We understand there is an abundance of concern surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and our thoughts are with everyone who are personally affected. As our communities continue to feel the increased impact of this pandemic, MADD would like to reassure you...
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