NEW CASTLE —
Editor, The News:
We all want to make a difference and local residents have.
The generous donations from more than 400 Lawrence County residents who attended the Easter sunrise service atthe Lawrence Village Plaza generated $1,031 for the Crisis Shelter.
Third Presbyterian, Cornerstone, New Creation, Church of Genesis, First United Brethren and Prevailing Word churches sponsored the service and chose the Crisis Shelter as the beneficiary of the morning offering. I also want to recognize Bob Peters, chairman, and all who worked to make this special service possible.
The Crisis Shelter of Lawrence County empowers and advocates for those affected by domestic violence, sexual assault and other violent crimes. We inspire and educate citizens to create safer communities and break the cycle of violence.
of Lawrence County
NEW CASTLE —
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