Soon we will begin the 100 Deadly Days of Summer (Memorial Day to Labor Day) — a time period when more people are traveling on the roads and highways. Let’s make an extra effort to be sober and safe during 2018.
“Keep It a Safe Summer” (K.I.S.S.), our fund-raising campaign, coincides with the 100 Deadly Days of Summer, as we raise awareness about making good driving choices. We want to reduce driving under the influence, and keep all our people in Island County safe.
Island Thrift generously gave us a grant that will match our donations, up to $5,000.
And thank you to all the folks who have donated, helped, volunteered, and supported our organization since it began in the year 2000.
Mike Diamanti, Director
Alice Biddulph, Facilitator/Educator