The Evansville community is remembering a young man who lost his life to a drunk driver.
It's been six years since the incident and out of the tragedy Logan's Promise started to raise awareness of drunk driving.
The group hosts a "Walk to Remember" each year, but with COVID-19 they made this year a "Drive-Thru To Remember."
Families gathered at the Westside Home Depot for the first time to reflect and remember.
"March in Vanderburgh County is Victim's Remembrance Month, and so we do this to highlight and honor those who have been lost too early to drunk driving," says Charles Brown, Logan's Dad. "This isn't about not drinking, it's about making good choices and allowing yourself to enjoy that time without making a bad choice."
Every weekend in March, Logan's Promise is offering "Safe Rides" in an effort to keep roads safe.