by Chief Bob Gloade, Millbrook - Dec. 2012

Youth gather to Millbrook’s Community Hall with Chief Bob Gloade, to help MADD Cobequid start their annual Project Red Ribbon. Photo by Nigel Gloade – Millbrook

November 17, MADD Cobequid hosted their annual Project Red Ribbon campaign in Millbrook. This was the first time the kickoff was hosted in a First Nation community in Atlantic Canada. Project Red Ribbon is designed to raise public awareness of the importance of sober driving and to honour the victims of this violent crime. Every year, between 1,250 and 1,500 Canadians are killed and more than 63,000 injured in impaired driving crashes. Millbrook’s Addictions Counselor Peter Gloade and MADD Cobequid President Amanda Morrisey, prepared the event. They were excited to bring the Red Ribbon Campaign to the members of the Millbrook Community showing support ...

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