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September 27, 2014

A new chapter for MADD

Bringing awareness to the dangers of impaired driving is one of the main goals of Mothers against Drunk Driving (MADD). The Prince Albert chapter of MADD, despite only starting up a few short months ago, is making a strong appearance in the community. Volunteers of MADD held a barbeque in Prince Albert on Saturday afternoon to draw awareness and to…

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November 15, 2013

Cobequid MADD’s Red Ribbon Campaign celebrating 10 years locally

Truro Daily News November 12, 2013 BIBLE HILL – MADD Cobequid hopes to see many cars driving with red ribbons this holiday season. The annual Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Red Ribbon Campaign officially began nationally on Nov. 1. MADD Cobequid, the local chapter, chose to wait until after Remembrance Day to launch the initiative, which was done at the…

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November 2, 2013

AGM 2013

We held our Annual General Meeting on Sunday Oct.27 at the Holiday Inn. We had a good turn out of volunteers & guests and the meal was delicious. This year we decided to do our own local awards. We have one named in honor of Cst. Bruce Miller, a police officer killed by an impaired driver in 2004, the first…

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October 2, 2013

National Leadership Conference 2013

This past weekend our Chapter President, Vice President & Secretary attended the National Leadership Conference in Toronto, we also had another member attend the Victim Services Volunteer Level II course at the conference. It was a great weekend, lots of people, food & of course lots of info & learning.  

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November 18, 2012

Celebrating the holidays responsibly

Truro Daily News November 18, 2012 MILLBROOK – Taking a stand against drinking and driving can save lives. That was the message delivered in Millbrook on Saturday when the annual MADD Red Ribbon campaign was launched. It was the first time the launch was held in a First Nations community in Atlantic Canada. The campaign's importance hits home with Millbrook…

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