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    MADD Loudoun announces 5K walk

    The Loudoun Chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving will hold a “Walk Like Mad” 5K May 17 at Dominion High School in Sterling.

    The event is the signature event for the group to help raise both awareness and funds to eliminate drunk driving.

    Last year, tens of thousands of people in over 60 cities across the nation participated, and together, the group raised almost $3 million to provide programs and services at no cost.

    Registration for the event begins at 8:30 a.m. with the opening ceremony at 9:30 a.m. The walk begins at 10 a.m.

    There will be a silent auction at the event as well as music from Studio Rock of Northern Virginia & News For Tomorrow.

    To register online as an individual or a team visit http://www.WalkLikeMadd.org and select Sterling, VA.

    For more information, contact Susan M Cleveland at 703-470-1053 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

    Comments

    Just wondering if you would prefer that they work for free? Or that this topic is never addressed? What do you think is appropriate compensation for full time work?


    Same can be said for most non-profits.


    I wonder if anyone noticed that over half the money raised by MADD goes to salaries for these non-profit employees.

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