Mothers Against Drunk Driving will add new names to a provincial monument Saturday during a candlelight vigil in Grand Falls Windsor.
The provincial monument was created three years ago by the Exploits chapter of MADD.
Family and friends of people killed in drunk driving crashes, as well as people injured in collisions, will take part in the service, set to be held at the local College of the North Atlantic campus.
Following the service at the college, people will head to nearby Centennial Park for a commemorative ceremony at the monument.
Town council members, police and fire service responders are slated to attend the event.
Earlier this week, the MADD chapter in western Labrador organized a motorcade to mark its 25th year in the area.