Monthly Archives: August 2017

The annual MADD South Georgia Chapter Butterfly Release honored DUI victims, their families and crash survivors on July 8 in Moultrie. Speakers included Landon Albeson, Chaplin, Tift Regional Medical Center; Roger Hayes, Law Enforcement Services Director, Governor’s Office of Highway...
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The MADD Georgia team and volunteers have been busy this summer at statewide events, including the 15th Annual Lake Windward Lake Challenge in Alpharetta, Atlanta United FC games at Georgia Tech’s Bobby Dodd Stadium, the Atlanta Falcons Youth Camp and...
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MADD National President Colleen Sheehey-Church visited Georgia on July 29, 2017 to mark the July 1 implementation of HB 205, which gives first-time DUI offenders the option of installing an ignition interlock in lieu of a restricted driving permit. Including...
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13th Annual Golden Shield Honors Has Record-Breaking Attendance Nearly 600 law enforcement officers and community leaders across Georgia turned out April 25 for the 13th Annual Golden Shield Honors at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta. Mothers Against Drunk Driving...
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Law Enforcement Recognition Events Held in Moultrie and Columbus MADD South Georgia and Columbus honored the men and women working tirelessly to keep our roadways safe during banquets held in March. Recognition awards were presented in Moultrie on March 31...
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WE ARE ALL UNITED IN RESPONSIBILITY MADD is the Designated Driver partner for both the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United, beginning in March, 2017. In partnership with the Atlanta United Football Club, Georgia Tech Concessions and TEAM Coalition, we have...
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Victim families, volunteers, legislators and the MADD Georgia team gathered at the Georgia Capitol on January 30 to honor those lost to the violent crime of drunk and drugged driving. It also was an opportunity to support HB 205, the...
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February 7, 2007 was the day that forever changed Karen Mertes’ life path. Karen, a Lieutenant Colonel serving in the United States Air Force, was driving the speed limit on the interstate when she was struck from behind by a...
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