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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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On Nov. 14, 2019 in Tamarind Park MADD Hawaii and its sponsors and partners launched the 2019 Red Ribbon Campaign. As part of its Tie One On for Safety campaign, MADD volunteers passed out their traditional red ribbons for attendees to...
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We’ve set the date for the Tie One On for Safety Kick Off event. This event marks the start of our annual holiday campaign to remind Hawaii’s community about the dangers of impaired driving and drivers during the holiday season....
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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – MADD Hawaii is honoring those fighting to save lives by keeping roads in the islands clear of drunk and impaired drivers. Read more here....
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Seven Maui Police Department officers and a deputy prosecutor were recognized for their efforts in fighting impaired driving at a ceremony Monday in Kihei. To learn more about the awardees read the article here. Mahalo to the program sponsor –...
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On April 13, 2019 in honor of their 35th Anniversary MADD Hawaii Advisory Board members, friends, officials and victim’s and victim families gathered at the MADD Victim Memorial at Kaka’akao Waterfront Park. We gathered to share information about MADD’s efforts...
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Mahalo to a Marilyn Katzman, MADD advisory board member, for procuring roses for our event tomorrow. We will be placing  a rose for every life lost over the past 35 years on the MADD Victim Memorial. For more detail about...
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MADD Hawaii’s Tie One On For Safety (TOOFS) the red ribbon kick off was held November 14 in Tamarind Park – the heart of downtown Honolulu. MADD volunteers shared recipes for “MockTails” and other ideas about how to drink responsibly...
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MADD Hawaii, in collaboration with The Queen’s Health Systems, Hawaii State Department of Health, Hawaii State Department of Transportation and Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii, presented a one-day conference – Drugs & Driving – A Call to Action – on...
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