Posts filed under: Milestone

January 2017: Start of strong support and partnership with Leeward Oahu (Westside) victim families – including working on a Legislative measure to strengthen the negligent homicide statutes when the defendant has failed to render aid....
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October 2010: MADD Hawaii holds the first MADD Cab Affair. The MADD Cab Affair is a 1920’s Speakeasy party at a secret venue with all guests arriving and departing by cab. The successful event was a fundraiser and a late celebration of MADD Hawaii’s...
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December 2007: MADD and DOT submit report on Interlock to legislature on behalf of the working group. In January 2008 12 Ignition Interlock bills are introduced and MADD Hawaii conducts briefings for legislators. In June 2008 Ignition Interlock bill is signed...
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April 2010: MADD kicks off its new underage drinking prevention program, The Power Of Parents (POP)....
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March 2003: MADD Hawaii Victim Memorial is unveiled and dedicated at Kaka’ako Waterfront Park. Governor Lingle, former First Lady Vicky Cayetano, National MADD, Wendy Hamilton, MADD Hawaii Founder – Carol McNamee, and victims Gore and Theresa Paulette are speakers....
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June 1999: MADD Hawaii celebrates its 15th anniversary with a luncheon at Washington Place, hosted by Governor and Mrs. Cayetano. Island Insurance sponsors event and makes lead gift of $15,000 to begin building a memorial to victims of impaired driving and...
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Youth in Action publicizing new Zero Tolerance Law for minors in 1997....
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Founder Carol McNamee speaking at a media event urging public to call Senate President Wong and Governor for a special legislative session in 1991. Governor Waihee signs Administrative Revocation Law in 1991...
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MADD Dash, a precursor to Walk Like MADD, was held in downtown Honolulu. To read the 2001 article MADD Dash More Fun than Run in the “Honolulu Advertiser”,  click here....
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Mayor Frank Fasi“Cleaning up the City” at MADD Roundup in 1985....
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