Domestic Violence Awareness Month


In ceremonies held Friday morning, Hillsboro Mayor Justin Harsha signed a proclamation recognizing the month of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The proclamation stated that it is estimated that one in three women will face some sort of domestic abuse in their lifetime. Shown, from left, are Harsha, Hillsboro Victims Services Director Melody Gilbert and court advocate Crystal Saunders.

In ceremonies held Friday morning, Hillsboro Mayor Justin Harsha signed a proclamation recognizing the month of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The proclamation stated that it is estimated that one in three women will face some sort of domestic abuse in their lifetime. Shown, from left, are Harsha, Hillsboro Victims Services Director Melody Gilbert and court advocate Crystal Saunders.


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In ceremonies held Friday morning, Hillsboro Mayor Justin Harsha signed a proclamation recognizing the month of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The proclamation stated that it is estimated that one in three women will face some sort of domestic abuse in their lifetime. Shown, from left, are Harsha, Hillsboro Victims Services Director Melody Gilbert and court advocate Crystal Saunders.

In ceremonies held Friday morning, Hillsboro Mayor Justin Harsha signed a proclamation recognizing the month of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The proclamation stated that it is estimated that one in three women will face some sort of domestic abuse in their lifetime. Shown, from left, are Harsha, Hillsboro Victims Services Director Melody Gilbert and court advocate Crystal Saunders.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2020/09/web1_DV-Proclamation-1.jpgIn ceremonies held Friday morning, Hillsboro Mayor Justin Harsha signed a proclamation recognizing the month of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The proclamation stated that it is estimated that one in three women will face some sort of domestic abuse in their lifetime. Shown, from left, are Harsha, Hillsboro Victims Services Director Melody Gilbert and court advocate Crystal Saunders. Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette