Posts filed under: Drunk Driving

In early-mid May 2020, MADD Virginia hosted its first virtual art contest to promote partnership with communities across the state to help us spread awareness to end drunk and drugged driving. Thank you to everyone who entered! Your art was...
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The date is fast approaching for our first ever Virtual Walk Like MADD Richmond! Though this year, due to the global pandemic, we are not having the actual gather-and-Walk-together as we have in the past, you can still register, build...
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Virginia General Assembly 2020 The following are bills related to impaired driving that will become law as soon as the Governor signs off on them. The date they officially become law varies between July 1, 2020 to July 1, 2021....
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MADD AROUND VA December 2019 Volunteer Greg Estep spoke about the crash that killed his son Thomas at the Tie One On For Safety Press Conference in Roanoke.   At the kickoff Tie One On For Safety press conference held...
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Volunteers from MADD Loudoun and the Loudoun County Public Schools mailroom, boxed 97,000 MADD ribbons and letters for distribution in Loudoun County Public Schools   MADD Staff, Cristi Cousins, gives out Power of Parents books at the Virginia Association of...
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    Walk Like MADD Northern VA top fundraisers! Top Individual Fundraiser, Sue Baldassari, Top Law Enforcement Team Fundraiser, Clinton Beach/Fairfax Police Dept., Top Team Fundraiser, Kristine Villatoro, Team Anna   MADD at Virginia State University   Volunteer, Migdalia Ruiz,...
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Chesterfield County Sheriff Karl Leonard and some of his staff stopped by the MADD VA table at the 2019 VA Sheriffs Conference   Volunteers George and Cindy Seal represented MADD at the McShin RecoveryFest   Volunteer Loren Black with other...
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MADD VA at a Richmond Metropolitan Transit Authority health and safety event.   MADD VA victim volunteers Susan Vandenburgh and Brian Fitzgerald, pictured here with Henrico Sgt. C. Middlebrook, at a Henrico County Police Checkpoint on June 14, 2019. Lt....
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