Commissioners proclaim Domestic Violence Awareness Month


Clinton County commissioners on Wednesday proclaimed October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in the county. They were joined by staff from the Alternatives to Violence Center that has offices in Wilmington and Hillsboro. From left are Clinton County Commissioner Kerry Steed, Lynn Knisley, Nicole Hopkins, Alternatives to Violence Director Dara Gullette holding certificate, Carrie Christie, Jessica Aber, and Clinton County Commissioners Brenda Woods and Mike McCarty.

Clinton County commissioners on Wednesday proclaimed October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in the county. They were joined by staff from the Alternatives to Violence Center that has offices in Wilmington and Hillsboro. From left are Clinton County Commissioner Kerry Steed, Lynn Knisley, Nicole Hopkins, Alternatives to Violence Director Dara Gullette holding certificate, Carrie Christie, Jessica Aber, and Clinton County Commissioners Brenda Woods and Mike McCarty.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Clinton County commissioners on Wednesday proclaimed October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in the county. They were joined by staff from the Alternatives to Violence Center that has offices in Wilmington and Hillsboro. From left are Clinton County Commissioner Kerry Steed, Lynn Knisley, Nicole Hopkins, Alternatives to Violence Director Dara Gullette holding certificate, Carrie Christie, Jessica Aber, and Clinton County Commissioners Brenda Woods and Mike McCarty.

Clinton County commissioners on Wednesday proclaimed October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in the county. They were joined by staff from the Alternatives to Violence Center that has offices in Wilmington and Hillsboro. From left are Clinton County Commissioner Kerry Steed, Lynn Knisley, Nicole Hopkins, Alternatives to Violence Director Dara Gullette holding certificate, Carrie Christie, Jessica Aber, and Clinton County Commissioners Brenda Woods and Mike McCarty.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/09/web1_dom_viol_p.jpgClinton County commissioners on Wednesday proclaimed October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in the county. They were joined by staff from the Alternatives to Violence Center that has offices in Wilmington and Hillsboro. From left are Clinton County Commissioner Kerry Steed, Lynn Knisley, Nicole Hopkins, Alternatives to Violence Director Dara Gullette holding certificate, Carrie Christie, Jessica Aber, and Clinton County Commissioners Brenda Woods and Mike McCarty. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal