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Event to raise awareness to violence issues in community

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Vigil Wednesday

By Stephen Thomas

 SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Center for Women and Families still hopes to go out of business someday.

The reason is that it would mean an end to domestic violence and sexual assault issues in our community.

Until such time, as long as someone is in crisis or need, CWF will continue to offer knowledge and assistance to help victims overcome their situations.

CWF is joining with the Bullitt County Domestic Violence Advisory Council to host the “Create a World Without Violence” candlelight vigil at the Bullitt County Courthouse.


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