• 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.