MADDSWFLnews APRIL 2018

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WRITTEN BY ABIGAIL JOSE, MADD INTERN & FGCU STUDENT

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) attended a Boston Red Sox game as the Community Corner nonprofit on March 26th. The atmosphere was electric, the smell of hot dogs and pretzels filled the air. The sold-out game was crowded with people rush- ing to take pictures, getting food, drinks and finding their seats before the game started. Entering the stadium was an impres- sive and breathtaking scene. Everyone wore their team colors— red for the Boston Red Sox and blue for the Chicago Cubs. At the game, MADD SWFL launched a Super Hero initiative that builds awareness for the different ways people can be a Super Hero in our community when it comes to ensuring our roadways are safe. This initiative was developed by Florida Gulf Coast University Volunteer Interns and graphically designed by Madailein Burke, a graduate from Savannah College of Art and Design. The Super Hero initiative includes a road map for peo- ple to discover their Super Hero identity. Each Super Hero has a unique image and character description.

More information on the Super Heroes can be found on page 3.

In This Issue

 Ignition Interlocks

 Victim Impact Panel

 2018 Events Calendar

 2018 By The Numbers

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