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Join us as we close our our 35th Anniversary Year Celebrations with a recap of the anniversary year, a talk by Clare Connors, the Hawaii State Attorney General and recognition of a few of MADD Hawaii’s strongest supporters. Ms. Connors...
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Advisory Board members Carol McNamee, Lori Harrison, Karlotta Carvalho, Molly Strode, and Marilyn Katzman. Bob Harrison also joined them on the walk....
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Theresa Paulette, MADD Hawaii’s Victim Services Coordinator, has been very active in the past year with the families of victims on the Leeward Coast. These families have made a commitment to bring awarness to the unnecessary crashes that occur on...
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A spring 2019 report from Theresa Paulette, MADD Hawaii’s Victim Services Specialist Ed and Paula Werner, their nephew Ron Shimabuku, and others are stepping forward and taking action against impaired driving on the leeward coast, saying, “enough is enough!” The Werners, taking...
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Honolulu – Mayor Kirk Caldwell has ordered Honolulu Hale to be illuminated in red from the evening of Monday, November 19 through Sunday, November 25, 2018 in recognition of the Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s “Tie One On For Safety” campaign. “We want...
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Their son is gone, but Ed and Paula Werner are attempting  to ease even a tiny part of the pain for the next parents who lose a child to an impaired driver. Kaulana Werner, then 19, was hit and killed nearly two...
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Awarded the prestigious Lemelson-MIT InvenTeams grant, 20 Kealakehe High School students in grades 9-12 are developing a BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) detection system that works within a car to quickly and reliably determine if a driver is inebriated. The students recently did their first round...
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In June, Karlotta Carvalho and Theresa Paulette visited Molokai to meet with the intermediate and high school teens and parents at Alu Like’s summer program. Jana Sasada, Program Supervisor, was concerned about incidences of underage drinking and alcohol poisoning of a 16 year old and...
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