On Wednesday, April 1st at noon, Stevens County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Rural Resources Victim Services, and the Colville branch of the Department of Social Health and Services (DSHS), will plant a pinwheel garden on the front lawn of the Stevens County Courthouse in honor of April’s designation as Child Abuse Awareness month. Stevens County Commissioners, city officials from Kettle Falls, Colville and Chewelah, and community royalty will help set up 256 pinwheels for the rally. The public is encouraged to attend. According to Stevens County CASA Director Wendi Andres, 256 represents the number of abused and neglected children the three programs serve in Stevens County. Click here to read the full article and click here to connect on Facebook.
You can also learn about the Family Support Center changing its name to Rural Resources Victim Resources here.