• May 2013 was designated “Take 5 To Stay Alive. Don’t Text & Drive.” month
    ​May 2013 was designated “Take 5 To Stay Alive. Don’t Text & Drive.” month during the Broward County Commission meeting on May 14. Those present for the ceremony included (l-r) Mary Ellen House, American Medical Response and chair of the Take 5 committee; Broward County Commissioner Chip LaMarca; Gabby Chaves, Take 5 spokesperson and Indy Lights race car driver; Dr. Frederick Keroff, MD, Memorial Regional Emergency Department and co-chair of the Broward Regional EMS Council; and Battalion Chief Joel Gordon, Plantation Fire Rescue and Take 5 committee member.
  • Gabby Chaves accepts a proclamation from City of Oakland Park Mayor Anne E. Salle.
    Gabby Chaves accepts a proclamation from City of Oakland Park Mayor Anne E. Salle.
  • Stop Texting
    This damaged vehicle on display at a Pompano Beach car dealership shows first-hand the dangers of texting and driving. Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Subaru of North Broward
  • A new City of North Lauderdale marquee promotes our message “Take 5 to Stay Alive.
    ​A new City of North Lauderdale marquee promotes our message “Take 5 to Stay Alive. Don’t Text and Drive.” to motorists along Rock Island Road.
  • City of Hallandale Beach passed a "Take 5 to Stay Alive.
    ​On November 7, 2012, the City of Hallandale Beach passed a "Take 5 to Stay Alive. Don’t Text and Drive." proclamation to support the effort to stop texting and driving along with other distracted driving habits. Picture left to right are Hallandale Beach Division Chief Mark Ellis, former Hallandale Beach Commissioner Dorothy Ross, Hallandale Beach Fire Chief Dan Sullivan, Take5 Chair Sheryl Forman, Hallandale Beach Mayor Joy Cooper, Hallandale Beach Commissioner Anthony Sanders, Hallandale Beach Vice Mayor Alexander Lewy.
  • Community Outreach Subcommittee members
    ​Community Outreach Subcommittee members Deserene Curry (left) and Donna Bowers (right), both with Broward Health North, visit with Rep. George Moraitis, Jr., Fort Lauderdale, to discuss CS/SB 52: Use of Wireless Communications Devices While Driving during the recent Legislative Day in Tallahassee.
  • Donna Bowers (left) and Deserene Curry (right) also met Rep. Gwendolyn Campbell-Reed (center), Pompano Beach
    ​Donna Bowers (left) and Deserene Curry (right) also met Rep. Gwendolyn Campbell-Reed (center), Pompano Beach, during their Legislative Day trip to seek her support of CS/SB 52: Use of Wireless Communications Devices While Driving.