Pinwheels are symbols of Child Abuse Prevention Month

Posted 4/4/22

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to work together to raise awareness ...

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Pinwheels are symbols of Child Abuse Prevention Month

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LABELLE -- April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to work together to raise awareness and encourage residents to ensure the healthy relationships and environments that enable children, families, and communities to thrive.
 
Local volunteer, Mary Bartoshuk along with Hendry County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Weaver and Dale Conyers planted the pinwheel garden around the front of the office.
 
Why Pinwheels?
Prevent Child Abuse America introduced the blue pinwheel as the nationally recognized symbol for prevention because it represents the great childhoods all children deserve and the prevention efforts that help make them happen. Today, it inspires all of us to play a role in providing the best possible environment for every child to flourish and thrive.

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