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Domestic abuse survivors invited to paint T-shirts to create awareness

CAPS – Child And Parent Services is currently recruiting survivors of domestic/sexual abuse who want to participate in The Clothesline Project, an artistic event designed to bring awareness to such abuse The art project will feature T-shirts painted by survivors of domestic and sexual abuse during Art Walk in downtown Elkhart on Oct. 10, then be displayed the rest of the month at IUSB.

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Tickets on sale: Tamron Hall speaking during domestic abuse awareness luncheon

In 2004, former TODAY co-host Tamron Hall received word that her sister had been found “fatally beaten and bludgeoned to death, floating face-down in her backyard pool in Houston, Texas.” A victim of domestic violence.

Domestic abuse awareness falls in line with our mission to keep children safe. Join us and Tamron Hall  where Tamron will be speaking about breaking the silence on domestic abuse. Proceeds from the event will benefit the YWCA’s Safe Haven Domestic Violence Shelter.

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2018 Auction Event: 

Vines, Steins, and Stillz

Friday, Nov. 9

6- 10 p.m.

This 1980s-themed event promises to bring over 500 of CAPS’ supporters from all industries and backgrounds together to support kids. All guests will be “rockin’ for the kids” while enjoying fine wine, spirits and craft beer pairings with the ingenuity and creative hors-d’oeuvres that only Kurt Janowsky and his team at Navarre Hospitality Group can provide. Also, there will be a large silent auction as well as a live auction designed to raise funds for CAPS. All proceeds from this evening will go directly to preventing child abuse right here in Elkhart County.

AAP updates car seat recommendations

AAP updates car seat recommendations

New information released by the American Academy of Pediatrics retracts the "until age 2" recommendation for rear-facing car seats. A re-analysis of data reveals children should remain in rear-facing car seats until they reach 40 lbs. The original age recommendation...

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