Community Service with Little time, Big impact!

by JoAnn Hellmann 18th February 2016


The Impaired Driving Impact Panel of Island County seeks YOU for its heart-to-heart DUI/Underage Drinking prevention panels in Oak Harbor or Freeland if you have:

  •  been injured in a DUI crash.
  •  had a friend or family member injured or killed in one.
  •  caused DUI injury or fatality.
  •  worked with DUI victims or offenders.
  • gotten a DUI or a family member has.
  •  been in alcohol/other drug recovery.

Please call 672-8219 or email idipic@idipic.org. You can also visit www.idipic.org

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Thursday, 18th February 2016, 11:16pm.
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