The Links, Incorporated Responds to Texting and Driving Epidemic

The Links, Incorporated Responds to Texting and Driving Epidemic

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 15, 2012 Contact: Eris Sims, Executive Director 202 842-8686 eris.sims@linksinc.org   The Links, Incorporated Responds to Texting and Driving Epidemic Organization Lends Support to AT&T’s “It Can Wait” Campaign   WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Links, Incorporated applauds AT&T’s efforts to stop the alarmingly increasing trend of texting while driving, and is proudly supporting AT&T’s “It Can Wait” campaign.   With over 100,000 deaths just last year, The Links, Incorporated recognizes the importance of ending this...

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The Links, Incorporated Responds to Texting and Driving Epidemic

The Links, Incorporated Responds to Texting and Driving Epidemic

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Links, Incorporated applauds AT&T’s efforts to stop the alarmingly increasing trend of texting while driving, and is proudly supporting AT&T’s “It Can Wait” campaign. With over 100,000 deaths just last year, The Links, Incorporated recognizes the importance of ending this dangerous habit that has become all too popular among teens and adults. Drivers are 23 times more likely to get in a crash while texting and driving according to a recent AT&T Wireless survey. AT&T is leading the way to educate drivers and passengers of the dangers through its...

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Harbor Lites Members Serving PADS Weekly

Harbor Lites Members Serving PADS Weekly

This is a reminder to Harbor Lite members that we will be volunteering on Wednesdays during the month of February at the PADS program located at Shiloh MB Church in Waukegan. Please arrive between 5:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. to help serve the homeless. We need two to three Link Sisters each Wednesday. Please RSVP with Gwen Beckwith if you can volunteer on any of the Wednesdays during the month of February. The mission of PADS Crisis Services is to provide emergency shelter and supportive services to families with children and individuals who are experiencing homelessness in Lake...

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