One day shy of the one year anniversary of Reitz High School student, Logan Brown's death, the group that bears his name, Logan's Promise, will kick off Drunk Driving Victim's Awareness Week with a fundraising walk on Evansville's west side.

Logan Brown passed away on the evening of March 14th, 2015 when the vehicle he was riding in was struck head on by a drunk driver on the University Parkway.

Since Logan's passing, his parents founded Logan's Promise. An organization whose goal is to bring an end to drunk driving by using it's own tragic story to illustrate the impact and devastation it brings to families and the community.

The 2016 Walk to Remember will take place from Noon to 5pm on Sunday, March 13th at West Terrace Elementary School (click for map) on Evansville's west side. Registration begins at Noon, and the cost to participate is $15 per person. Your registration fee includes the 1.5 mile walk, t-shirt, and lunch.

The group's Drunk Driving Victim's Remembrance Week will get underway the following day (Monday, March  14th) with the community being encouraged to wear orange, place an orange ribbon on your front door, around trees and light posts, as well as using orange lighting outdoors.

For more information on the Walk to Remember, visit the event page on Facebook.

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