MO))) Editor Nov 27, 2013
Larry Lynch Verified #free

TADD and MPF team up for fundraiser and raise drunk driving awareness

On Saturday November 30th, between 11-1700hrs the New Brunswick Community College TADD (teens against drinking and driving) will be partnering with the MPF to increase awareness against the avails of drinking and driving by bagging groceries at the Douglastown Sobey’s store.

These dedicated teens and young adults will be passing out information and will be accepting good will donations which will be used to support their ongoing efforts to keep our roads safe by promoting their public awareness campaigns against impaired driving.

Members of the MPF will be there to show their support and to applaud these students whose efforts help to make our Community safer.unnamed

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