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MADD South Carolina and our supporters were incredibly active in the legislature this year, but as is often the case in the world of policy making, it was a year of successes and shortcomings.  Our main push has been around...
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“In 2017, there were 313 drunk driving fatalities in South Carolina.  My daughter was one of them.” Lisa Hagberg’s daughter, Challissah was just 26 years old and at the beginning of her life when it was tragically cut short by...
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 Thank you to everyone who came out on March 23rd to support Mothers Against Drunk Driving South Carolina for Walk Like MADD Columbia 2019 Presented by Yarborough Applegate and Uber.  We had a wonderful turnout, which helped us to exceed our $35,000...
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“The Death of a Four-Year-Old” Written By: Skylar Wallace, Aynor, SC June 20, 2009, the day that changed an eight-year-old girl’s life forever. May 6, 2005- Angelina’s birthday quote- “Cherish that which is within you.” – Chuang Tzu June 18,...
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MADD SC is gearing up for our underage drinking programs to activate during the next couple of months. With prom season, alcohol awareness month, and Power Talk 21 season coming up we anticipate having a great few months meeting students...
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Share the love with MADD South Carolina.  We are so excited to announce that due to the generosity of an anonymous donor, starting Valentine’s Day, any donation to Walk Like MADD Columbia of $50 or more will be matched up...
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Rebecca L. Woodard-DeHay is MADD SC’s new Volunteer Resources Specialist. With a background in Home Health Coordination for local homebound senior citizens, and event planning for recruitment and retention of more than 700 volunteers, she now dedicates her attention to...
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On Tuesday, February 12th, MADD supporters from all over the state converged on the State House to push for swift passage of Senate Bill 18, which would strengthen our existing “Emma’s Law” by requiring the use of all convicted DUI...
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On November 19th, 2017, Myles Holland was killed by an impaired driver in Orangeburg, SC. Myles and his girlfriend had just left the Claflin Homecoming game when Torbert Mack struck their vehicle. Myles died later at Orangeburg Regional Hospital. Since...
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As MADD South Carolina is off to a great start in the 2019  New Year, we wanted to take a chance  to reflect back and highlight what incredible things happened in 2018 for us.  We have experienced important growth in...
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