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Allison Stronza, executive director of CASA of Central Virginia, takes a video of a spinning pinwheel on the lawn on the corner of Ninth and Church Street. April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and CASA of Central Virginia displayed pinwheels representing the 644 children in the Lynchburg area who have been validated by Department of Social Services as abused or neglected. Today at noon Lynchburg Vice Mayor Ceasor T. Johnson will proclaim April as Child Abuse Awareness month. In recognition of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, members of CASA of Central Virginia planted a total of 250 pinwheels at five courthouses in the area Monday, including these at the corner of Ninth and Church streets near City Hall in downtown Lynchburg. On Wednesday, as part of a week long campaign to raise awareness about child abuse, Liberty University students will place pinwheels on the lawn outside of the Jerry Falwell Library to represent each child living in the Lynchburg area who has survived child abuse this year. The pinwheels represent hope, health and happiness. at CASA office at 901 Church St.

Allison Stronza, executive director of CASA of Central Virginia, takes a video of a spinning pinwheel on the lawn on the corner of Ninth and Church Street. April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and CASA of Central Virginia displayed pinwheels representing the 644 children in the Lynchburg area who have been validated by Department of Social Services as abused or neglected. Today at noon Lynchburg Vice Mayor Ceasor T. Johnson will proclaim April as Child Abuse Awareness month. In recognition of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, members of CASA of Central Virginia planted a total of 250 pinwheels at five courthouses in the area Monday, including these at the corner of Ninth and Church streets near City Hall in downtown Lynchburg. On Wednesday, as part of a week long campaign to raise awareness about child abuse, Liberty University students will place pinwheels on the lawn outside of the Jerry Falwell Library to represent each child living in the Lynchburg area who has survived child abuse this year. The pinwheels represent hope, health and happiness. at CASA office at 901 Church St.
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