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“It Shouldn’t Hurt to be a Child”

The SCC Child Abuse / Neglect Council, Inc. is holding their annual fundraiser at Blue Water Convention Center on April 11, 2018 at 6:00 pm. The deadline to register is March 26th.

“Men get out your bowties, women don your hats and join us for our upcoming “Run For The Roses” Dinner For Kids’ Sake annual fundraiser.” ~SCC Spokesperson

Mission Statement:

The St. Clair County Child Abuse/Neglect Council works toward the PREVENTION and ultimate ELIMINATION of child abuse and neglect and strives to protect the dignity of all children.

“Children cannot stop Child Abuse…Adults can! Be their voice” – Sherry Archibald, Executive Director, St. Clair County Child Abuse/Neglect Council.

“One line says it all…It shouldn’t hurt to be a child.” – Kelly Shaw, Board Member.

“If not you…Who?” – Sally Straffon, Founder and past Director of St. Clair County Child Abuse/Neglect Council.

A victim may only reach out once, if a child says I’m scared, BELIEVE THEM!

To learn more about the history of the SCC Child Abuse / Neglect Council, Inc. click here.

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About the author

Karrie Beck

Karrie earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Central Michigan University and went to work as an educator for Port Huron Schools in 2002. She earned her Master’s Degree in 2007 and has enjoyed a teaching journey which included assignments in grades K-8 as well as her time spent as an adjunct instructor for St. Clair County Community College.
Blessed is how she refers to this opportunity to write and promote the local area she loves.

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