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We are excited to say that Walk Like MADD Lowcountry Presented by Yarborough Applegate on November 9th at Hampton Park in Charleston was a huge success.  Not only did we exceed our goal but we had great participation.  The low...
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A member of the Lexington Police Department has consistently gone above and beyond when it comes to supporting victims and MADD SC. School Resource Officer Steffonie Cockerill has served on our Columbia Walk Like MADD committee for the past 3...
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Larry Williams was killed by a drugged driver Easter 2017. His wife Debbie Williams shares how her life has changed as a result of a woman’s choice to take drugs and drive. Debbie shares her victim impact statement she read...
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Jasmine Lashay Brooks was born September 9th, 1991. Jasmine came into the world at 6lbs. 7oz. Jasmine was a very sick little girl. Doctors did not expect her to live very long, but with prayer, she became a very happy...
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Walk Like MADD Greenville Upstate Presented by HotSpot, held on September 29th at ICAR in Greenville and was another great success.  We are ever so thankful for all the walkers, volunteers, partners, and supporters who came out to support  our vision of a future of No More Victims. ...
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Megan Diffee of Lexington County shared her victim impact statement with us that she delivered at the sentencing of the man who almost took her life. Excerpts from the victim impact statements of her husband, Brandon and her father, David...
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In August and September of 2019, the MADD SC Court Monitoring program held its annual Court Monitoring Roundtable meetings for the Midlands, Upstate and Coastal Regions. The counties monitored under the current grants are Richland, Lexington, Greenville, Spartanburg, Horry, Charleston,...
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National Night out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie.  On, Tuesday August 6th MADD SC staff and volunteers had the opportunity to participate in various national night out campaigns around the state.  We had tables...
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Maryellen Bielawa of New York state shares her victim impact statement with us. She is the mother of  Ryan Bielawa, a Coastal Carolina student killed by a drunk driver. When Ryan chose to go to Coastal Carolina University it was not...
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Patti Rubenzer of Spartanburg County shared her victim impact statement with us that she delivered at the sentencing of the man who took her son’s life. Feb 8th we lost everything we knew. Our beloved Ethan, our family as we...
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