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Wednesday August 3rd, 2016

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Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Windsor & Essex County has presented their newly placed memorial bench to commemorate victims of impaired driving.

The memorial bench has been a year in the making, and finally has its new permanent place at the riverfront. Speakers shared their experience with impaired driving with tears in their eyes, emphasizing how important a memorial monument such as this one means to those affected.

The bench at the foot of Dieppe Gardens on the riverfront, near The Bistro at the River.

Community Leader of MADD Windsor & Essex County Chaouki Hamka (middle) shows off the new memorial bench with Jennifer Musson (left), and MADD Volunteer Margaret Collins (right) whose lives have both been impacted by impaired drivers.

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