Center serving victims, reaching out to educate

Tekamah first grade-students heard books Wednesday that featured anti-bullying and anti-domestic violence themes from Jody Koziol, left, rural outreach advocate for the Crisis Center for Domestic Abuse/Sexual Assault. Koziol was visiting preschool-first grade classes in schools in the Washington and Burt County area served by the center. She shared books as one of the Crisis Center's outreach activities during October, designated as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The children are holding up hands that show the sign for "I love you". 

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