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On left, Police Chief Joe Treviño hands a proclamation declaring October as Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month in Beeville to Adriana McKinnon, victim advocate with the Women’s Shelter of South Texas, during a ceremony and candlelight vigil in front of the Bee County Courthouse Tuesday evening, Oct. 8. The ceremony was held to remember and honor victims who have died from domestic violence at the hands of an intimate partner. Above, McKinnon, Treviño and New Life Church Pastor Jesse Berthold are shown with a wooden cutout of a domestic violence victim. To learn more, visit www.thewomensshelter.org or facebook.com/wsstx.
On left, Police Chief Joe Treviño hands a proclamation declaring October as Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month in Beeville to Adriana McKinnon, victim advocate with the Women’s Shelter of South Texas, during a ceremony and candlelight vigil in front of the Bee County Courthouse Tuesday evening, Oct. 8. The ceremony was held to remember and honor victims who have died from domestic violence at the hands of an intimate partner. Above, McKinnon, Treviño and New Life Church Pastor Jesse Berthold are shown with a wooden cutout of a domestic violence victim. To learn more, visit www.thewomensshelter.org or facebook.com/wsstx.
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